Uruguay: a farmers’ movement considers becoming political party

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The agricultural producers' movement Un Solo Uruguay, created just over four years ago to channel the sector's demands, is considering becoming a political party with a view to the 2024 general elections.

The organization's executive committee, meeting in Maldonado, resolved to leave the decision in the hands of the respective regional boards, according to the newspapers El País and La República.

"Even though we have always tried to be a . . .

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