Before the conclave with President Boric in Cerro Castillo, the ruling parties called to “dissolve” the controversies that exist between the two coalitions. In addition, they hope to generate a “roadmap” to be able to carry out the projects contemplated in the government program.
Expectation generates the conclave that President Gabriel Boric will hold with the ruling parties this Sunday in Cerro Castillo, Valparaíso region.
Members of Approve Dignidad and Socialismo Democrático agreed on the idea of unifying both benches in favor of a common objective: form the roadmap to comply with the current government program.
Although they recognize differences between both conglomerates, they reaffirmed their commitment to take advantage of this plurality of visions.
The president of the PPD, Natalia Piergentili, pointed out that there must be “a reasonable space for the resolution of controversies” between the parties.
“It is up to the President to tell us how he hopes to leave the Government on March 11, 2026”, he added about Boric's role.< /p>
For his part, deputy Tomás Hirsch (AH) appealed for a “complementary work of the Executive with the Legislative and of both coalitions around a common goal”.
Conclave with Boric: call to fix “ ;roadmap”
The president of the Social Green Regionalist Federation, Flavia Torrealba, announced that tomorrow they will leave with a “very strong commitment” between La Moneda and the congressmen.
Meanwhile, the helmsman of the Democratic Revolution, Juan Ignacio Latorre, indicated that a road map of priorities should be set, where all the ruling party drive with unity of purpose”.
The president of the Chamber, Raúl Soto (PPD ), called for submerging the diversity of visions. On the other hand, the president of the Senate, Álvaro Elizalde (PS), wants to generate “a common space” to boost transformations.
The economic recession and security agreements are some of the points that are most repeated among the congressmen and that represent a priority in tomorrow's debate.