Chilean presidential election: Runoff between the two extremists Kast and Boric

The conservative right-wing presidential candidate beats the young extreme leftist by 28.01% to 25.64%. The traditional parties were left behind. Piñera's successor will be elected on December 19.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile will define its future president in a second round between the candidates of the extremes, the far-right José Antonio Kast and the far- left Gabriel Boric, who were the two most voted in the first round elections held this Sunday (21)  in the country.

The runoff election which will define Sebastián Piñera's successor, will be held on Sunday, December 19.

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With results from 92.75 percent of the polling stations . . .

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