After the social outbreak, what do Chileans think of reforming the constitution?

social explosion in Chili pepper 2019 saw a before and after in the lives of the citizens of the trans-Andean country. So much so that they will go to the polls on September 4th at A Referendum Mandatory to vote if they agree or disagree Constitution reform. If approved, it will replace the existing document drafted during Military Dictatorship From Augusto Pinochet in 1980.

Last July 4, the campaign for both options began, after closing Constitutional Congress of Chile. The constitutional process that the country’s political class decided to take in November 2019 lasted for a year, in the midst of a social crisis.

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