Open Cabildo (Uruguay)
|Leader||Guido Manini Ríos|
|Founded||10 March 2019|
|Chamber of Senators|
3 / 30
|Chamber of Deputies|
11 / 99
0 / 19
2 / 112
With strong emphasis on public security, family values and social conservatism, and opposing gender theory, they claim Artiguism as their main source of inspiration. Their presidential candidate is the former Commander of the Uruguayan National Army, Guido Manini Ríos, nowadays a harsh critic of President Tabaré Vázquez.
Some international news outlets such as El País from Madrid analyse this phenomenon as a sign of the rise of the populist right in the mold of Donald Trump and Brexit in a traditionally centrist country. There are several military officers, both active and retired, and also former members of the defunct far-right movement Juventud Uruguaya de Pie.
- "Manini Ríos accepts candidacy with harsh criticism towards President Vázquez". El Observador. 4 April 2019. (in Spanish)
- "A new conservative drift fragments the Uruguayan right". El País from Madrid. 13 April 2019. (in Spanish)
- "El exdiputado colorado Daniel García Pintos se incorporó a Cabildo Abierto". Montevideo Portal (in Spanish). Retrieved 1 August 2019.
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