RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A total of nine candidates will compete for the Presidency of Chile in the elections next November 21, after the deadline for the registration of candidates ended at midnight.
The great battle is expected to be between the conservative Sebastián Sichel, the leftist Gabriel Boric, and the Christian Democrat Yasna Provoste, representatives of the political pacts with the greatest popular support in the country, but the range of candidates was not completed until the Electoral Service (Servel) closed the registrations.
The last hours were frenetic, and some last-minute surprises, such as professor Sergio Tapia . . .