Uruguay Politics

We’re obviously not experts, but there’s a lot happening this year, with the Presidential election and legislative elections. Whether a new expat, a longer-time immigrant with residency, a naturalized citizen of Uruguay, or a native Uruguayan who follows expat news – This election’s results will affect all of us.

Lacalle Pou’s campaign HQ hit by a break-in that took nearly everything.

We’ve been posting a selection of news stories and commentary on them, and encouraging discussion, over the past couple of months. Mostly at our social media sites – so be sure to check our pages. Addresses and links to them are right at the top and sidebar of every page here on the website.

To get you started, here’s a post I did today, as our Uruguay for Me Page on Google+, to our Uruguay Expat Life Community(like a forum but on Google), about a break-in at the campaign headquarters of the leading opposition candidate. Shades of Watergate!

Read it, and if you have a Google ID (Android, Gmail, YouTube, etc.) participate in the discussion at the Uruguay Expat Life Community.

— Mark the dual-country political junkie.

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Mark Mercer

Site co-owner Mark Mercer. AKA Marcos Cristoforo Mercer, AKA the Fuzzy Wanderer. Expat from USA living in Uruguay as of mid-2012, after "test-driving" it for a few months in 2011 and early 2012. Married to Lisamaria, AKA well-known travel and fitness writer Lisa Marie Mercer. Follow Mark on Twitter @mcmxs and his many other sites, which you can find at http://about.me/MarkMercer. I write and engage about many of my other interests, on Google+ at https://google.com/+MarkMercer

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