On the other hand, no candidate for the presidential chair was able to position himself politically and convince that his program would solve the problems of a citizenry affected by the pandemic and political instability. Left-wing Iceland Phone Number List candidate Verónika Mendoza and Julio Guzmán, from Sagasti's party, were two politicians who had great opportunities for growth in recent months, but for various reasons they did not rebound. Political Iceland Phone Number List disaffection became evident in February 2021.
By then, the polls already painted us as the "mini-candidates." In February 2020, the only candidate for the Presidency of the Republic who exceeded 10% of voting intention was George Forsyth, a former soccer player and former municipal mayor. He Iceland Phone Number List had 11% intention to vote, but this percentage decreased with each poll. Although he sought to position himself as a fresh face and away from politics, the scant content of the speech he presented in the debates and interviews, where his main offer was a career away from politics, made the population Iceland Phone Number List lose the interest that in a start had woken him up. In this context, with the support of 19% of the electorate, Castillo was the most supported candidate in the country.
Since the Political Constitution of 1979 established the second round in the elections for the Presidency of the Republic, the winner of the first electoral round always Iceland Phone Number List obtained more than 30% of popular support. But in a context of enormous fragmentation, he became the winner of the first round with the lowest electoral support in history (which drops even more if one considers that 19% is about valid votes and effective voters: abstention reached Iceland Phone Number List almost 30 %, and null and blank votes exceeded 17%). This surprise candidate is emerging as the one who proposes the most ambitious changes , by betting on the end of the three decades of neoliberal policy in the country. the word of the teacher The first time that the national media referred to Castillo's campaign was on March 10.