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Chilean Constitutional Parliament Presents New Constitutional Proposal to President of Chile

(CNN)Chile'sConstitutional Parliamenttells President Gabriel Borrick about the new constitution of South American countries. I presented a suggestion on Monday.

Chileans will decide whether to adopt or reject the Constitution in a referendum on September 4. .. And that means dear compatriots, democracy is not easy, "Borrick said after receiving a copy of the draft document.

"There is something that every Chilean needs to be proud of, regardless of the legitimate differences that may exist regarding the content of the text that will be discussed in the coming months. Due to the serious political, institutional and social crises that their hometown has lived for decades, the Chileans have chosen more democracy.

The proposed constitution is It shows a deviation from the country's existing constitution written under the influence of the neo-liberal model of Chicago University economist Milton Friedman. Despite many amendments, the majority of Chileans are harsh in the country. Condemn it for inequality.

The proposed new constitution emphasizes social and ecological factors, enshrines the rights of Chilean indigenous peoples, and is a new citizen. We are envisioning a medical system.

The process of potentially replacing the constitution inherited from the late General August Pinochet, the dictator who ruled the country from 1973 to 1990, is the subway fare three years ago.

Massive protests and riots nationwide in the fall of 2019 forced then-President Sebastian Pinella to agree to a referendum on rewriting the constitution.

In October 2020, more than 78% of Chilean voters approved the constitutional amendment, and in June 2021 again cast a voting sheet to elect members.

Both the Middle-Left and Right coalitions, which have shared power since their return to democracy in 1990, were severely hit, gaining only 16% and 24% of the parliamentary seats, respectively.

In contrast, unaffiliated and newcomers from left-wing political parties and social movements spent glorious hours collecting 60% of the votes.

Now the country is created by them. Preparing to vote for the Constitution, which could lead to widespread changes in Chilean society.