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The role of the Armed Forces divides the Chilean political system 50 years after the coup d’état

Preparations to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1973 coup d'état on September 11 resulted in nuances over the role of the Armed Forces.

While for the left wing, the military must provide information in its possession, right-wing legislators claim that "it can be humiliating" for the uniformed personnel.

In preparations for commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1973 coup d'état in Chile, the Chilean government opened a round of consultations with political parties to agree on the official acts to commemorate the coup against Salvador Allende on September 11.

On the way to a commemoration that . . .

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