This Friday, militants from the Christian Democrats (DC), warned that they will resign from the party if the board of directors does not accept the demands presented. For his part, the vice president of the party, Aldo Mardones, assured that “there is a decision made by them, that they have not shown a space for dialogue, of will to be able to sustain it.”
The militants of the Christian Democracy (DC), warned that they will resign from the party if the board of directors does not accept the demands presented. Among them, they demand agreements to retake the reins of the community.
Specifically, the members of the phalanx accused a series of irregularities in the call. After that, they decided to present an “ultimatum” to the directive.
The militants, during this Wednesday, met in the National Congress to analyze their future in the phalanx. Although they did not make a concrete decision, they assured that the situation has worsened since the weekend, when an interrupted DC National Board was lived.
Among those who were part of this board, are the deputies Jorge Saffirio and Joanna Pérez, as well as the former conventional and helmsman of the DC, Fuad Chain.
David Morales, former general secretary of the DC, was also present , which pointed out that if the table does not change its attitude, there is no point in continuing in the party.
“There would have to be a real will to reach an agreement. Either there is awareness of the party's deep crisis, we sit at the table and agree on where to push the DC, or the truth is that it doesn't make much sense for us to continue doing politics there&# 8220;, explained Morales.
How respond to the DC board?
On the other hand, from the board they declare that the new president of the party, Alberto Undurraga, has summoned them to instances of dialogue to seek solutions, where there has not been a forceful response.
The vice president of the DC, Aldo Mardones, who took over as interim president in recent months , pointed out that they will continue looking for meeting points, but assured that the reflecting militants already have the decision made.
“We have taken the present of some comrades with enough measure. I think that deep down they are preparing the way to leave. and there is a decision made by them, who have not shown a space for dialogue, of will to be able to sustain it. Alberto assumed the presidency about a week ago. He has generated conversations and meetings with them.
To this a letter from Fuad Chaín to the militancy is added, which was made public a few days ago, where he maintained that the directive “has been incapable of making an authentic self-criticism about the abandonment of our electorate for acting with a leftist complex”.
Finally, Alberto Undurraga pointed out that his role is to contribute to internal peace, and that he will not answer these criticisms in public.