The Senator from the Socialist Party (PS), José Miguel Insulza, hinted Wednesday his interest in a run for the Presidency of the Republic and said to be available for a possible candidacy to La Moneda.
«I am not interested in the Presidency of the Republic and I am available for that, to the extent of the forces that may take me I apply.» I am not tibuteando. «One thing is very clear, if you want to be candidate I will be candidate», Insulza said in an interview with Radio Duna.
In the conversation, the Senator also addressed the controversial interview of Ricardo Palma Salamanca. In this regard, he said that «many young people rebelled against the peaceful transition and one of them was Palma Salamanca. That they remember and at the same time say that it did and did not lead to any part to me seemed like a good thing from the historical point of view, it seems well».
The former Secretary general of the OAS also discussed criticism of Chile are going to the High Commissioner for human rights, Michelle Bachelet, for not visiting Venezuela. «There is no space to raise topics for DD. HH. «If it is said that hopefully go to mediate in the crisis, that is another thing, but that I have not heard it even from the President of the Republic».
In addition, Insulza spoke about the emergency in the north country product rains and launched a criticism at the Government for not having declared disaster area nine days ago. «That is a thing of the past, we will continue not insisting more. What we are asking now is an agricultural emergency by many farmers who were left with nothing.»