The President of the Observatory for Democracy of the Southern Parliament (Barlasur) of Argentina, Oscar Laborde, who was an observer in the electoral process in Chile, described the presidential victory of the young Gabriel Boric, as fundamental to Latin America. Sunday.
In an interview with journalist Hector Bernardo of Contexto magazine, Laborde stressed that Borek’s victory is great news for Chile, Argentina, Latin America and “for all of us who dream and strive for the region to become a pole in this multipolar world,” Prensa Latina reported.
In this regard, he emphasized that it had been laid out in a transparent manner, although, he said, there had been some trials, an attempt by the forces of (Presidential candidate Jose Antonio) Caste to seek to obfuscate the process.
They said that if there is a difference of less than 50,000 votes, they will ask to count again
sounds one by one. He noted that the great difference there discouraged any such temptation.
On the other hand, Laborde noted that after what happened in the electoral processes in Honduras and earlier in Mexico and Argentina,
Bolivia and Peru, what happened in Chile confirms that there is a trend and shows a search for the peoples who are fighting.
He said that this electoral result and the Constituent Assembly that is working has to do with the struggle of the Chilean people as well as the return of the movement to socialism to the government of Bolivia, he said.
He added that all this represents a trend to which is added the possibility of the election of Luis Inacio Lula da Silva as President of Brazil.
This Monday, in Santiago de Chile, Sebastian Pinera met with the president-elect, Gabriel Borek, and, according to the outgoing president, they talked about international events, as well as “the situations that must be resolved in the coming days, such as controlling the epidemic, the vaccination process, protecting the life and health of Chileans.” ‘,” Telesur reported.
Pinera spoke of other problems that, according to some analysts, were certainly not resolved by his government, such as the country’s economic revitalization, citizen security and public order, and respect for human rights.
Previously, Gabriel Borek declared: “I will do everything in my power to rise to this great challenge (…) We have a lot to do in this transition and come to an agreement with all the people of Chile.”
Regarding the final results of the polling between the left-wing leader of the Alliance for Dignity Approval, Gabriel Boric, and the far-right candidate of the Christian Social Front coalition, José Antonio Caste, the Chilean constituency (Cervill) recorded that, with 46,883 polls examined from a total of 46,887 eligible (99.99 percent) Borek received 4,620,671 votes (55.87 percent) and Caste received 3,649,647 votes (44.13 percent).
A victory that was immediately celebrated by important leaders of our continent.
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