A new year begins, and the Government of President Boric has only been in the Executive for ten months.
However, the Chilean president began January with 70% disapproval, the highest that a president has had in his first year in office.
This is explained by the policies and initiatives promoted by the Government itself: tax and pension reforms, pardons for the so-called "political prisoners", and a total abandonment of duties in terms of public security, while Chile embarks on a new constituent process.
All in all, these guidelines will continue during 2023, a year that is feared will be . . .