With polls closed and the count started on the much delayed departmental elections, Carolina Cosse is the new Intendenta apparent of Montevideo.
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Following a cardiac event, candidate for the Intendencia of Montevideo Álvaro Villar was catheterized and received an angioplasty. The 57 year old neurosurgeon is planning to resume his campaign next Monday after having been order to rest through the weekend.
Intendencia Of Montevideo Decides To Gravely Disrupt Traffic On Weekends By Converting Thoroughfares To Temporary "Recreation Spaces"Wednesday, May 20th, 2020
Frentista Christian Di Candia Cuña's Intendencia of Montevideo has announced major traffic disruptions beginning this weekend:
- Saturdays 18 de Julio will be closed to motor vehicle traffic in Centro from Julio Herrera Y Obes to Ejido during the hours of 13:00 to 17:00
- Sundays the eastbound lanes of the Rambla will be closed from Ciudadela in Ciudad Vieja to Luis Alberto Herrera in Buceo during the hours of 10:00 to 18:00
With activity in the city picking up and traffic slowing moving towards pre-panic levels, Di Candia's administration has threatened similar disruptions may be coming to other city thoroughfares.
No Bus Service In Montevideo Tomorrow For Commie Labor Day "Celebration" - New York City Ends Overnight Subway ServiceThursday, April 30th, 2020
Urban bus lines in Montevideo will not be running tomorrow per the Intendencia in order to allow celebration of Commie Labor Day. Several suburban lines will be running at "emergency" frequency. The Frente Amplio left Uruguay with a 10.5% unemployment rate in February 2020 before the virus panic crisis started this past March 13th, and the Frente still retains control of the Intendencia. (more...)
The urgent consideration law to remove constraints placed on the Uruguayan economy by 15 years of Frente Amplio governments has arrived in Parliament. If the Colorados and Cabildo Abierto don't sink it, Uruguay should remain positioned to emerge from the present hysteria relatively well.
All Uruguayan political parties with legislative representation and the Electoral Court came to an agreement today to postpone May's departmental elections until October 4th. To do this a law will be drafted allowing the Electoral Court to suspend elections.