SANTIAGO, July 19. — In view of the presidential election to be held in Chile next November, it seems likely that united positions, judging by the reactions of the successful Gabriel, will be possible in the more stable left. Boric and his opponent Daniel Jadu, after the primaries of Dignity approved this Sunday.
Borick, a 35-year-old man who hailed himself as one of the leaders of the 2011 student protests – which followed in 2006 and began mobilizing the Chilean people to this day – has not been as successful as the candidate left-wing coalition. It obscured the strategic vision.
Thank you for trusting us today. I take this success with joy, with humility, and above all with responsibility. Thanks to @DanielJadou I spoke to, we will work together. You need to invite more to win in November. We continue! ”, A member of the Frende Amblio Coalition posted on Twitter.
Jadu, the mayor of La Regolecta and a representative of the Communist Party, said on his own social network: “This is a historic day. The plan to transform Chile continues. Gabriel Congratulations, we’re here to keep moving forward! “Speaking of his campaign command, he expanded on a position, once the results were known:” Basic work is elsewhere, so we urge you to be prepared to continue working with Gabriel Borick to win the presidency in November.
Both candidates defend a model that will put an end to the new liberal crisis and pave the way for social justice.
Of course, there are groups outside this alliance that do not recognize dignity, they are located between center-left and center-right; Committees that certainly nominate candidates from outside the coalition, such as the Socialist Party and the Christian Democrats, are, according to observers, groups that already have legitimate candidates in Paula Norwis and Carlos Maldonado, and Senate President Yasna Provoste.
Precisely, in his Socialist Party letter released on Monday, Norway congratulated the winners, but said, “The picture is not complete because a fundamental political field is missing in Chile’s political history, which I represent, which is democratic socialism and progressivism, which cannot be abandoned in this presidential election inserted in a presidential moment. .
Norwis regretted the lack of an agreement preventing his party from participating in these primaries, adding that “through a democratic mechanism, we can define a single candidacy of the constitutional faction and progressives that should be in the first place in the November round of the presidential election.”
The Socialist Party joined the so-called Conservative Para la Democracia, which in the long term known as the Transition to Democracy, had less of a taste for change as a government, from the departure of dictator Augusto Pinochet in 1990 to the first term of office in 2010, right up to Sebastian Pinore.
Chichel from right
Among these primaries, by contrast, the researchers had a preference for baptized candidates and those identified as more moderate as emerging candidates. On the right, another young politician won the candidacy, the success of which was not expected: Sebastian Chichel Ramarez, 43, who served in several parties, was now Minister of the Pinara, and presented himself as an independent, displacing his favorite among the polls four activists of the Chilean Vamos, the reactionary Joaquin Lavan.
Other readings of the primary, for example, show that 700,000 more voters turned out in the left-wing elections than were registered in the ruling coalition’s vote, which is perceived as a victory for the left, although overall turnout, about 21 percent, failed to prevent the so-called Spanish newspaper El Base from calling it a “structural deviation”.
For its part, the local newspaper La Tercera announced that there will be new voters in both the metropolitan and urban areas compared to the 2017 primaries.
According to an analysis by the Iberian newspaper, the figures left by the Chilean prime minister generally indicate, “the success of moderate candidates from their respective political fields.
“But above all, it reflects a profound generational shift to the left and right: for the first time in Chile’s democratic history there were candidates for the presidency that were not yet born when Augusto Pinochet’s coup took place in 1973.”, he pointed out.