By Daniela Carrasco*
(Opinion) Three years ago, Chile was captured by the violence and insurrection resulting from the 18-O riots, with images that left no one indifferent.
While we witnessed a citizenry that moved transversely to the streets, some dissimilar actors raised new expressions of conflict, which generated a deep rift between Chileans.
Three years ago, the institutionality as a whole was also in check.
Therefore, in the face of an incessant insurgency, with the threat of an insurrection escalating to dramatic levels, former President Sebastián Piñera and leaders of all political sectors signed the Agreement for . . .