Security & Strategic Review - August 2022

CHILE: New constitution unlikely to solve indigenous tensions

Some two and a half years after Chile’s political leaders reached an agreement to launch a constituent process in response to widespread protests against social inequality, a constituent convention elected last year presented the draft of the new magna carta to President Gabriel Boric on 4 July. Chileans will vote on whether to approve or reject the new text, which proposes an entirely new political and social vision of the Chilean state, in a referendum on 4 September.

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