250,000 signatures need to be obtained by April 25th to get this proposition onto the ballots for November's election. It's aims are to reverse a law established in 1989 which gave impunity to the important players in the dictatorship of Uruguay.
I'm told that someone who could have tortured Uruguayan citizens during the dictatorship would now be walking around on the Uruguayan streets free as a bird, and receiving a government pension on top of it all.
The movemnent lacks some 26,000 votes as of a month ago, and the citizens are sure that this bill will be put up for voting come November. Vamo arriba Uruguay.
Update: Article on Matador Pulse.