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Mujica enjoys 65% support and 47% of Uruguayans feel good about the economy

Friday, November 28th 2014 - 06:34 UTC
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Uruguayan president Jose Mujica who next Monday begins the last three months of his five-year mandate enjoys a 65% public opinion support according to the latest poll from Mori released this week. Negative opinion only represents 17% while 18% did not say whether they approved or disapproved of the popular leader’s performance. Read full article

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  • CabezaDura2

    Take a bunch of foreign correspondents to the quaint farm house, give them a ol commie grandpa speech and the whole world will lap it up.

    All that said, he is a far better president compared to the other dictators like Kirchner's, Chavez's and Maduro's

    Nov 28th, 2014 - 09:55 am - Link - Report abuse 0
  • ChrisR

    At least 65% of the population have less than average western country education and most certainly are unable to view the big picture in any insightful manner.

    A significant minority of the entire population are dependent on the “social” handouts because they have never worked at school and do not work now: these people love him, after all they have new LED TVs and can smoke and drink to their hearts content. AND the other lot work for the government or the government owned monopolies. 600,000 “workers” according to government figures.

    Pepe knew raising the number of dependents was the key to ensuring the Broad Fraud would continue in government after he left the presidency.

    He will be gone at the end of December and good riddance.

    Nov 28th, 2014 - 09:56 am - Link - Report abuse 0

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