He broad front has issued a press release in which it denounces the “institutional irresponsibility” of the government coalition for processing the request for Impeachment against the Mayor of Montevideo, Carolina Cosse. The leftist party expresses its commitment to defend Cosse’s management as representative elected by the Montevideans.
In its statement, the FA points out that the fact that the Senate Constitution and Codes commission has processed the request for Impeachment received from the Montevideo Departmental Board against the Mayor, when the only action it should have taken was to file , “It is a legal nonsense that openly shows the institutional irresponsibility of the government coalition.”
They denounce an attempt to harm Cosse
The political force, which has been leading all vote intention polls in recent months, also highlights that this fact is one more instance in the attacks that Cosse has received from the parties that make up the national government conservative coalition, and that the objective of “removing the highest authority” of the capital department. The FA points out that the truth is not being told as yet another example of “the degradation of the quality of our democracy”.
In the words of the Broad Front, “we cannot get used to the fact that one day in and the other, the republican mechanisms whose mission is to give guarantees to the citizenry are also used for partisan political purposes.” He added that the multicolored coalition “interprets the constitutional mechanisms at will” with the sole intention of provoking a political damage to the Mayor of Montevideo.
In this sense, the Broad Front is committed to the country’s citizens to defend in all areas in which it is necessary the investiture that granted citizenship with the sovereign vote to comrade Carolina Cosse.
The political force concludes in its statement that it will defend democracy and republican institutions, and that it will continue to act with the responsibility that our country and the historic moment that summons us deserves.