Second phase of electoral propaganda for presidential election in Chile begins today

If none of the seven candidates receives more than half of the vote in the Nov. 21 election, which polls indicate is almost certain, a runoff will be held December 19 between the top two vote-getters in the first round.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The electoral campaign in Chile enters its final phase this Friday, when the period of electoral propaganda begins, halfway through the two months before the presidential elections, which will be held on November 21,

From now on, presidential candidates, deputies, senators, and regional councils can carry out propaganda in public and private places with permission.

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In addition, the election campaign begins on free-to-air television. According to electoral regulations, each presidential candidate has the . . .

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