Left in search of meaning Reflections Phone Number List from the French experience Roger Democratic Left or Cold War Liberalism? Michael Daniel On September 4, Chileans will face a ballot with two options at the polls: approve or reject the new constitutional Phone Number List text that will replace the current Constitution born under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. But, as we know, in plebiscites, only what is asked on the ballot is voted on. As in so many other Phone Number List contests, the two options contain many more.
The constitutional plebiscite is the result of a Phone Number List transversal political agreement that sought to channel the social outbreak of October 2019. That social mobilization without spokespersons, without organization or list of demands, issued a clear message of criticism of the Chilean elite and, above all, , to the politics Phone Number List of the last 30 years. The constitutional process initiated after the election of the members of the Constitutional Convention was extremely intense. It could not be otherwise, since a one-year limit had been established for all constitutional Phone Number List work. The same political agreement that gave rise to the process also marked that the text that would emanate from the.
Convention would have to be plebiscite Phone Number List for its final approval in a consultation in which, unlike other electoral processes in Chile, the vote will be mandatory. After almost ten months of work, not without tensions and missteps, on May 16 the Constitutional Convention made the symbolic delivery of the first draft of the new Magna Carta. The text, which Phone Number List will still have to go through the Harmonization Commission, contains 499 articles and deals with the most varied topics, the product of the deliberations of seven thematic commissions. Each of Phone Number List his proposals had to have the consent of two thirds of the conventional to be integrated into the draft as established by the inter-party political agreement. Now that the first.