The Secretary of the Presidency, Álvaro Delgado, criticized the Frente Amplio for its statement following the attacks by the terrorist group Hamas in Israel that caused hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries.
At an event in the “D-Center” political sector of the National Party, the leader said that the statement of the left coalition was “washed and unclear.” Instead, he stated that the leadership “pushed the party” to an “increasingly radicalized” left that “conditioned” it by taking public definitions.
“Unfortunately, it also happened in a scary, humiliating, sad event for humanity like the terrorist attack in Israel. I hope that the whole political system like us Uruguayans condemns terrorism. Tin- well, without ambiguities. We don’t see it. We don’t see it in the declaration of the Communist Party and other political parties. Instead of condemning terrorism, it seems that sometimes they justify certain actions. Moreover, we don’t it can be seen very clearly, white and black, in the declaration of the Frente Amplio. That declaration is washed, ambiguous. Because the internal conditions them,” he said.
Delgado, who was promoted by the “D-Center” and other white sectors as a candidate, criticized that a party that wants to become the government “does not take a clear position on important issues” does not provide “guarantees to be the government”, but “uncertainty.”
consulted on The observer, One of the representatives of “D-Centro”, Luis Calabria, said that the group has started work at the territorial level, and from these visits “inputs for the programmatic proposal that the sector seeks to collaborate” will emerge.
“The New Paris movement is part of our way of understanding politics, with intimacy, interacting with citizens. Our purpose as politicians is to improve the lives of our citizens and that means listening, representing and responding of works. Management It is not just ‘the work’, it is the work and also, the representation and the purpose that the work responds to,” he stated.