RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of the assembly in charge of drafting the new Chilean Constitution, Elisa Loncon, on Tuesday (10) said that "there is still a long way to go to experience human rights" as a fundamental principle of social life in the country.
The Mapuche academic, who made these statements during a conference of the United Nations regional office for Human Rights (HR), pointed out that the Constitutional Convention, which since July 4 has been working on the drafting of the new Fundamental Law, provides an opportunity to advance in this direction.
Loncon added that today there . . .
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