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Analysis: Next Constitution would turn Chile into a Plurinational State

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chile can change its history and become this year a diverse and multicolored country with a Plurinational and Intercultural State that recognizes and promotes the development of the native peoples that inhabited its territory before the Spanish conquest.

By 112 votes in favor and 32 against, the Constitutional Convention approved a proposal with this definition. The initiative is already part of the draft of the Constitution that will be proposed to Chileans in August or September for its rejection or approval in a referendum.

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