Actress Ana Bolena Meza and model, actress, and singer Lady Noriega are just some of the new candidates Cambio Radical has endorsed.
Representative German Varon, the director of Cambo Radical, admitted the party has been having a hard time coming up with the requirement of 30% female candidates.
“In a country where they are prosecuting parties and politicians, the issue of transparency must first be taken into account and not gender.”
The party also tried to recruit President Juan Manuel Santos‘ niece to run for office, but she apparently isn’t interested in politics right now.
Despite political parties’ attempts to weed out criminal candidates from the elections, Lady Noriega, who was recently on trial for allegedly beating her son with a belt because he didn’t eat a meal, must have slipped under the radar.
Varon maintained that the important thing is that the candidate does not fall under the grounds for ineligibility.
“If the person meets the ethical and moral conditions, they have the right to participate…”
It is unknown where these MILFs-turned-PILFs stand in the latest polls.