Vote to vote So they went Jorge Uauy and Sebastián Moreno during the four laps that the fight for the president's seat of the ANFP, Leaving Harold Mayne-Nicholls relegated to third place with only 18 votes.
After that, Al Balotaje was the president of Palestine who collected more suffrages, staying up for 24-22, with only one vote of the absolute majority established by the statutes. Until then, it seemed that the race was run for him.
In the third round the result was repeated and Uauy only needed one more vote to be the new helmsman of the quarter of Quilín. The Spanish Union voted for Moreno in the first round and then did it for the second and third-time Arab rider. In addition, they lost two votes that they gave for insurance of equipment of First B.
But the panorama changed radically during the fourth round. The Hispanic box again would change the idea and returned to vote for Moreno. With that he went back to the marker and the continuator of Arturo Salah was 24-22 up.
Finally, the balance unbalanced Cobreloa, a club that declined to continue voting for Uauy and changed to Moreno, With which he left elect like the new head of the ANFP with 25 suffrages.