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Five keys to understanding the presidential election in Chile

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This Sunday, November 21, Chile will hold one of the most critical, uncertain, and exciting presidential elections since the return to democracy in 1990. Not only will candidates from all ends of the ideological spectrum compete, but also because whoever wins will be the first president in 15 years not to bear the last name of Bachelet or Piñera.

Whoever wins will have the enormous responsibility of calming a country that has conflicted with the social outbreak of 2019. Last but not least, they will have to implement the new political constitution, which is still . . .

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