Amarillos por Chile will be constituted as a political party

Amarillos por Chile will be constituted as a political party
Amarillos por Chile will be constituted as a political party

“On Friday we are going to have a meeting and there we are going to show the entire itinerary. But, effectively, it is going to be a political party,” said the independent deputy in “Chile after the plebiscite.”

On Sunday, September 4, the exit plebiscite was held, an instance in which the citizens rejected the proposal for a new constitution drafted by the Constitutional Convention during this year.

During the months prior to the plebiscite, a new citizen movement emerged called “Yellows for Chile”which brings together different personalities from the political center.

According to what was revealed by Pauta, the group was born as a response to the “refoundational” spirits they accuse that they existed in the discussion of the Constitutional Convention.

The deputy for Social Convergence, Gonzalo Winter, and the independent deputy, Andrés Jouannet, They talked about this movement and the process that follows for Chile after the triumph of Rejection in a new edition of “Chile after the plebiscite”, together with Álvaro Paci.

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In the program, Deputy Jouannet confirmed that the Amarillos por Chile movement will constitute a political party.

After being consulted on whether the date for this process will be October, the parliamentarian stated that “no, before. On Friday we are going to have a meeting and there we are going to show the entire itinerary. But, effectively, it will be a political party.”

The deputy stated that the party’s idea will be to become a benchmark for the “centre, centre-left, towards the liberal world”.

Andrés Jouannet revealed that they are still discussing whether they will keep the name Amarillos por Chile. “The issue of the name is a topic that we are discussing, talking about. It is not easy to name a party, which also has to reflect a political space,” he said.

Deputy Gonzalo Winter congratulated this decision of Amarillos por Chilein favor of the representation of all citizens in the political sphere.

“What good news that Amarillos Chile is constituted as a party. I think that one of the things that still hurts the militants of the Broad Front is that when it emerged, it was always a question of dismissing its appearance, its emergence in politics, like: ‘This is a misunderstanding. This was sheer luck. This was a fluke,'” he commented.

“Furthermore, columns were written saying that the Broad Front had died, and nobody ever said what they were expected to say, that There must be a sector of society that must feel represented for this to exist,” he said.

“And if there is a sector of society that feels represented by Amarillos por Chile, for the political system in general, it is very positive that this sector of society has a reflection in the institutional system and that they dispute positions of power through the institutions and that they have to render their transparencies in front of the Servel. That, in general, is good for everyone,” he said.

Finally, the deputy Andrés Jouannet assured that “I believe that indeed the political movements are very important. Movements represent social demands. And the political parties, I was active in DC for 34 years, end up adding those demands to the public sphere. I believe that this is very necessary, because or else, the demands are left voting in the air.”

Check out the full interview with deputies Jouannet and Winter:

The article is in Spanish

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