The Senator of the National Renovation expressed concern about the direction in which his party is moving, even closer to the figure of the leader of the Republican action. For the parliamentarian, these ultra-right positions do not correspond to the concept of the RN, since “it has always been characterized as a center-right”. Although Cust "has the legal right to exercise his leadership in the parameters that he wants," he says that his speech "is a huge gap."
National Revival Senator Manuel José Ossandon expressed concern about the popularity achieved by the leader of the Republican movement José Antonio Caste in his speeches and words in social networks.
For Ossandon, it is a matter of concern that some Chilean parliamentarians choose Vamos, who is approaching a Caste figure, like Camila Flores, of whom he points out that he is “not in that block.
“This is not the way that Chile needs, although I respect its approach to politics, the polarization of solving real problems of people is not a“ business ”for any political sector, for me it’s like joining an extreme fashion, nailing a flag can be further to recruit "fanatics" more than citizens, "he said in an interview with the newspaper Third
“Cust has created a political character, like many others in South America, and for me this is not so bad, and I believe that this discourse is shared, it is elitist and has very little vision of the future,” he added.
However, he explained that "he has the legal right to exercise his leadership in the parameters that he wants, the Chileans decide."
About the parliamentarians of the RN who rule the party, Ossandon clearly says: "Maybe later they will realize that the RN is not the right party for this vision, and they will build another one." Repairs have always been characterized as a center-right, party, when Andres Allamand worked on the great national agreement on the future of Chile, so these speeches do not suit me. ”
Although he returned to state that the speeches of Caste and his supporters "have a tremendous disunity."