Uruguay Assembly

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Uruguay Assembly
Leader Danilo Astori
Founded 1994
Headquarters Montevideo, Uruguay
Ideology Social democracy
Website
www.2121.org.uy
Politics of Uruguay
Political parties
Elections

The Uruguay Assembly (Asamblea Uruguay) is a social-democratic political party in Uruguay. It is a member organisation of the ruling Broad Front. Its leader is the senator and former minister of economy of Uruguay, Danilo Astori. Nowadays it form part of Liber Seregni Front.

History[edit]

Uruguay Assembly was founded in 1994 by Danilo Astori. It is part of the left-leaning Broad Front coalition but is considered more of a centrist party.

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Jota21[edit]

Jota21: Jóvenes Organizados Trabajando en Asamblea (Organised Youth Working in Assembly) is the youth sector of Asamblea Uruguay.

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