Chileans Wary as They Vote for New Constitution That Would Upend Free Market Model

SANTIAGO, Chile – Chileans will vote on Sunday on whether to adopt a new constitution that would reform Chile’s economic and political system by granting expanded rights to indigenous people, restricting the mining sector and abolishing the Senate.

Approval of the 50,000-word constitution would be a victory for the country’s new left-wing president, Gabriel Borica former university protest leader who took office earlier this year at the age of 36 and pledged to tackle inequality and expand the role of the state in the economy.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/chilean-voters-are-likely-to-reject-constitution-overhauling-economy-11662202801 Chileans Wary as They Vote for New Constitution That Would Upend Free Market Model

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