The former chancellor Heraldo Muñoz Surprised this Friday appearing within the political figures best evaluated according to the latest survey of the Center for Public Studies (CEP).
Muñoz scored a 37% approval, the same as Giorgio Jackson. In his sector, the only one above is the former president Michelle Bachelet (42%).
In an interview with Trademark, the former Foreign Minister said that "it is a satisfaction to be evaluated positively in a survey of citizens.I take note of this, I appreciate this, but as in the polls, is a reflection of the present moment and does not mean anything in terms of the future"
The best evaluated was the mayor of Las Condes, Joaquín Lavín, with 48%. His disapproval, however, is only 20%. When referring to this, Muñoz emphasized that "it is an evaluation, it is not an adhesion. It does not mean anything in terms of eventual presidential candidates."
"In the case of Lavín, I think reflects the resilience of the mayor and that responds to the needs of the people in their daily lives. For right, it is much easier to do with the budget of Las Condes than with the budget of Huechuraba, Renca or Pudahuel", He said.
Still, he drew attention to the political class: "People in the public world have to respond to the demands of citizens."
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