Chile Takes Another Stab at Drafting a New Constitution

Chile Takes Another Stab at Drafting a New Constitution
A government worker stocks a booth with copies of the proposed draft of the new constitution outside the La Moneda presidential palace in Santiago, Chile, Aug. 10, 2022 (AP photo by Esteban Felix).

Three months after voters rejected a draft constitution, Chilean President Gabriel Boric brokered an agreement with the country’s political forces setting out the process for another try at producing a new basic document. This time, though, guardrails are in place to avoid the radical changes attempted in the first draft.

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