Chile seeks dialogue on changes after rejection of proposed new Constitution

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Political parties, social movements and representatives of the three Powers began to discuss the next steps in the attempt to establish a new constituent process in Chile, after 62% of the population voted against the proposed text for the country’s Constitution in a plebiscite held last Sunday ( 4).

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The current Chilean Constitution was adopted in the 1980s, during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. The text has been amended through reforms over the decades since, but in another referendum held in 2020, 78% of Chileans voted in favor of forming an assembly to carry out deeper changes.

In this episode of E Tem Mais, Carol Nogueira presents an overview of the reactions to the rejection of the new constitutional text presented in Chile. To describe the reasons that contributed to the proposal being rejected, what to expect from the reform plans in the country and the reflexes of the plebiscite, reporter Luciana Taddeo, special envoy of the CNN to Santiago, and the international editor of CNN Marcelo Favalli.

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