RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Before this morning's meeting between Foreign Ministries on both sides of the Andean Cordillera, Argentine President Alberto Fernández and his cabinet had been watching the Chilean election with a sidelong glance. In particular, what worries them is what is perceived as the "anti-Argentinean" style of the candidate of the Social Christian Front, who emerged this Sunday as a favorite for the runoff election on December 19.
In a press conference with international media a week before the elections, José Antonio Kast had already pointed against the country: "The great development that Chile has . . .
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