Analysis: The Latin American left trembles at the meteoric rise of right-wing presidential candidate Kast in Chile

In less than two months, Kast has managed to double his support to over 20% of eligible voters and position himself as second or even first preference in some polls, ahead of the other favorite, leftist deputy Gabriel Boric.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The United States, Brazil, Spain, Hungary, France and now Chile. The South American country cannot escape the global surge of right-wing conservatives, who have a chance to reach the presidential seat of La Moneda for the first time in a long time.

The left in Latin America who along with leftist mainstream media in New York, London, Paris and Madrid would like to make the puppets dance in the southern part of the American continent, are trembling with fear.

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