In the December 19 election, Gabriel Borick, the candidate of the far-right Jose Antonio Cast, the candidate of the Christian Social Front and the left-wing coalition I Abrew Dignity, won the first round with less than 30 percent of the vote.
“Because the political spectrum is so fragmented, it is very difficult to predict who will win in the second round,” Joffrey told Brenza Latina.
The journalist also considered it very important to attract 53 percent of non-voting Chileans with speeches of solidarity and attractive proposals.
In recent days, Cost has calmed his speech to reduce violence, and Borick approaches issues such as immigration and the fight against drug trafficking and crime that are not part of his story.
Joffrey also noted the importance of getting the votes of the supporters of candidate Franco Paris, who, despite always being out of the country, campaigned only through social media and came in surprisingly third place.
“Beyond that, he got 13.10 percent of the vote, which makes him the Visakha party,” he said.
An expert on international and Latin American issues, he considered the Paris case to be an awakening to Chilean politics.
How is it possible for a candidate living in the United States, who has a problem with Chile’s justice, to go on the field, campaign virtually without a debate, and get more than a million votes? ? He asked.
The Chilean journalist and writer noted that the Senate and House of Representatives were fragmented, with one half winning by the right and the other by the opposition.
“It means that the next president is going to have a parliament that is incompatible with the executive. That is why it is necessary to look for ways to unite, not divide,” he warned.
Ja / Car