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Speaking to the same newspaper, Libertad Casavilca, a youth leader with the leftist Frente Amplio (FA), said young people are outraged because they were never consulted about the implications of the law.
The second spot is being intensely contested by rightist Movimiento Libertario (ML) co-founder Otto Guevara--now nominated for the fourth time in a row--and Jose Maria Villalta, the only deputy of the leftist Frente Amplio (FA)-running for the first time.
The lengthy debate was expected in the lower house, where the president's left-leaning Frente Amplio (FA) party has a narrow majority.
In the runoff, Colorado Party candidate Jorge Batlle, aided by the support of the National Party, defeated Frente Amplio candidate Tabare Vazquez.
Frente Amplio (the Broad Front) coalition won 16 senators in the 30-member upper chamber of the Uruguayan parliament, the initial results from Sunday's vote, which will be finalised on Saturday, said.
of New South Wales, Australia) considers the half-century that began with the election of the National Party--the first change of ruling party in 90 years--and the victory of the Frente Amplio government--the first by a center-left party since the South American country gained independence from Spain.
Esta politica ortodoxa continuo aun despues de que el izquierdista Frente Amplio tomara el poder en 2005.
Well, Uruguayans in general, after many years of dictatorship, and some governments of the right, finally have a government of the left which is the Frente Amplio [broad front].