Public policy expert Isabel Aninat on what’s next for Chile after the rejection of the proposed new constitution
Voters showed that they want a new charter, not a new country.
After a three-year process, the country is left with a question of how to fulfill their previous vote to change the magna carta.
AQ demystifies the term and how it’s been applied elsewhere in Latin America, as a vote on Chile’s new constitution approaches.
Proposals from both campaigns and an obligatory vote could still affect the outcome.
A guide to what’s in the document, and what would it mean for the country, ahead of a September plebiscite.
Chile’s young president faces sinking approval, as does the constitutional convention ahead of a critical September plebiscite.
Just days after his inauguration, the 36-year-old former student leader faces a challenging political and economic landscape.
A closer look at the group of newcomers set to rewrite Chile’s constitution.
A discussion on the promises and perils of a new constitution and new president.
Investors are right to be concerned about the upcoming constitutional assembly.
A look at the potential benefits – and risks – of a new charter.
The pandemic has postponed voting in a region where support for democracy was already on the decline.