The election result in Chile was hollow for the coordinator of the Puebla group and a personal friend of Alberto Fernandez. Marco Enriquez Uminami He barely got 7% of the vote. stayed away from Jose Antonio Cast And Gabriel Borek, who will face each other in the second round, and put into discussion two antagonistic diagonal models between a candidate from the right (Cast) and one from the left (Borek).
Ominami is one of the creators of Puebla Group, Political and Academic Forum, which was founded in the city of Puebla, Mexico. From there originates the association with the Argentine president, with whom they shared various travels and events.
January 27 Alberto Fernandez Participate in an intimate meeting with Marco Enriquez Uminami Five diners chatted with them about the situation in Latin America and followed the paths they understood the region had to take. The message that emerged was Latin American unity to confront the post-pandemic world.
But the result in polls on Sunday left putative representatives of popular will in Latin America out of the game. last year Marco Enriquez Uminami He had praised the Argentine president, whom he described as a “beacon of democracy” in the region and the world.
The Puebla group is closely related to various ex-presidents such as Rafael Correa (Ecuador), Lola Give Silva (Brazil), Dilma Rusev (Brazil), Evo Morales (Bolivia) and Jose Mojica (Uruguay) among other countries. According to its founders, the main goal is the expression of ideas, production models, development programs and state policies of a progressive nature.
Marco Enriquez Uminami He placed seventh in the presidential race he won Jose Antonio Cast with 27.81% of the vote. After the right filter, the left reference ranked second Gabriel Borek by 25.86%. Borek is a young leader who took center stage in the social mobilizations that took place in Chile at the end of 2019.
they were followed Franco Baresi (12,82%), Sebastian Seychelles (12.80%), Yasna Provost (11.62%) and Marco Enriquez Uminami (7.62%).