By Iolanda Fonseca
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In recent weeks, young Uruguayan entrepreneur Juan Sartori has been rising in the polls and gaining on front-runner Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou for the position of National Party presidential candidate in the primary elections to be held on June 30th. Sartori is said to be an admirer of Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro and trusts that the populist winds will also blow in Uruguay.
In January, Sartori met with Bolsonaro at the Davos Economic Forum. "Get the left out of Uruguay," allegedly recommended the Brazilian president.
Juan Sartori is the president and . . .