A guide to Chile’s constitutions, the original and proposed new one.

“The Chileans held massive protests in 2019 against inequality and poor public services. They demanded a new constitution in place of the hated Pinochet constitution, which enshrined one of the strictest rights to private property in the world–including over water–and gave the state a subsidiary role in the provision of public services such as education and health, in general favouring private providers. A constituent assembly was elected with 50% women and 17% indigenous people. The assembly is dominated…
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