Controversy in Chile over the formula to approve laws that would establish the new Constitution

It would give powers to the President to sanction a law if Congress is delayed

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A controversy has been formed in Chile after a sector of the Constitutional Convention (CC) began the entry of indications for the articles that will regulate an eventual constitutional transition in case the new Magna Carta is approved. This includes an imposition of deadlines on Congress and even skipping its role in the event of blocking or delaying projects necessary for the transfer.

The indications are the result of a negotiation process of the leftist factions of the convention to regulate the constitutional transition so that the probable new Constitution does not become a dead letter . . .

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