Friday , December 3 2021

Latest moves in the UDI: Macaya adds support from the recurring Jovino Novoa and JVR from Vice Urrutia who asks to "defend the figure in general"


From 9 am to 6 pm, the UDI election continues the format "paper and pencil" after the failed electronic attempt two weeks ago. In order to capture some of the voiced votes of the more than 44,000 voting members, the party presidency candidates have used their last resources to succeed on the long day of Sunday.

Now past and after the past, tomorrow is the election in the UDI. The two candidates contesting the party presidency, current leader Jacqueline van Rysselberghe and deputy Javier Macaya, have already begun to burn their final letters to ensure victory.

The MP, hoping to withdraw JVR, actually went to the emblematic UDI leader, Jovino Novoa, who disappeared after being convicted in the Penta case.

This was done through Instaya of Macaya itself, with this publication: "During our travels through Chile, we stopped talking about a great story about the future, but above all the life."

"Thank you, Jovino, for your advice, forever." If you recover later, you are losing a lot in the UDI, "Macaya, the accompanying image, including alternates Juan Antonio Coloma Álamos and María José Hoffmann, closes.

At the same time, Van Rysselberghe is not far from, as he supported by the controversial alternate Ignacio Urrutia who made news a week to spit Mapudungun by parliamentary Emilia Nuyado, during the interpellation of Andrés Chadwick.

Through a video, Urrutia said that "I have no doubt that we continue to defend our values, our principles and what is the image of my generals and whatever government," he said, referring to the regime of Augusto Pinochet.

In this way, he insisted that "we double our efforts and do everything possible so that (Van Rysselberghe) remains the UDI president."

How will the process be?

From 9 am to 6 pm, the 44 555 members of the UDI who are eligible to vote will go to one of the 203 designated polls to determine if they want Jacqueline van Rysselberghe to continue or assume as President Javier Macaya.

Although they will not be able to vote for the militants "suspended by different situations related to his refichaje", according to information from the servel.

In addition, a data center is established at the UDI headquarters in Santiago, which acts as a call center to respond to current requirements and at the end of the tables at 6:00 PM, centralize information to speed up delivery of results.

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