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What to Expect as Chile Votes on a New Constitution

MIN READAug 30, 2022 | 21:07 GMT

Citizens in Santiago receive a copy of the proposed new Chilean constitution on Aug. 29, 2022, ahead of the upcoming referendum. 

Citizens in Santiago, Chile, receive a copy of the country's proposed new constitution on Aug. 29, 2022, ahead of the upcoming referendum. 

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On Sept. 4, Chileans will vote on whether to adopt a new constitution that would significantly alter their country's political structure and business climate. Regardless of the result of the referendum, however, Chile's left-wing and right-wing political forces will push for their own constitutional amendments, which will keep legal uncertainty high and threaten decades of regulatory stability. ...

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