Aylwin proposes the need to make "drastic decisions" within the Christian Democratic Party (DC)

For the ex-leader, the party is currently going through its most serious crisis in history.

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SANTIAGO.- Ex-President, Patricio Aylwin assured the need to adopt measures in order to reestablish order within his party, the Christian Democratic, after Senator Adolfo Zaldívar and his "red-headed" deputy supporters voted against the government's proposals at Congress.


For the Ex-Chief of State, the political body is going through its most serious crisis in history.


With regards to the measures that, in his opinion, should be adopted, Aylwin stated, "it is not my place to give lessons on the matter, but I have a lot of faith in the guidance of Soledad Alvear".


In an interview with Agricultura radio station, the Ex-President maintained that the Supreme Court should intervene in order to impose sanctions that will help the party, and ruled out resolving the problem by way of discussion.


"With problems as serious as those that have arisen (…), there is no room for negotiation. I think that the Members of Parliament who have voted against the party should face the resulting disciplinary responsibilities", he stated.

El Mercurio Online
Friday, November 23, 2007
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