By A. Taglione
The Paraguayan opposition looks confidently at the presidential elections on April 30 of next year. The wear and tear of the Abdo government, the internment with the Horacio Cartes sector, and the population's fatigue after the pandemic and the global crisis, are the elements that they consider to be the keys to making the final blow and returning to power after the frustrated project of Fernando Lugo.
Another key aspect, unlike other electoral processes, is the unity of the opposition, which today is grouped in a large front called Concertación. The two forces that stand . . .