RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "If Pinochet were still alive, he would vote for me." José Antonio Kast is a familiar face in Chilean politics, and his statements continue to cause a stir. The lawyer, who has been considered the main point of reference for the extreme right for several years, is currently running for president for the second time, trying to surpass the 8% he achieved in the 2017 elections, always running with his most famous slogans: exacerbation of neoliberalism, an anti-immigration discourse, and his opposition to abortion and same-sex marriage.
Despite a slow start in early polls . . .