By Daniela Carrasco*
(Opinion) One of Gabriel Boric's campaign promises to be elected as president of Chile was that he would install feminist and gender guidelines in his government.
And little by little, he has fulfilled it.
Irina Karamanos, Boric's partner, announced this Tuesday, Oct. 4, that the position of "first lady" has ended.
The Minister of Women's Affairs, Antonia Orellana, said that the government would promote free abortion.
In this way, the Executive shows that . . .