Runoff in Chile: Kast and Boric face each other for the last time in a lukewarm debate with winks to the center

One of the tensest moments was when Boric plaid the 'gay card' and threw in Kast's face that a few years ago, he referred to the fight for LGTBI rights as "gay dictatorship" and said that trans actress Daniela Vega, star of the Oscar-winning "A Fantastic Woman", was a "man".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The last face to face between the two antagonistic candidates that on Sunday will dispute the Chilean Presidency, the conservative religious lawyer José Antonio Kast and the far-left congressman Gabriel Boric, was lukewarm, with winks once again to the center electorate and without real programmatic novelties.

As happened last Friday in the other presidential debate of the campaign, the two extremist aspirants to La Moneda (seat of Government) made an effort to show their more moderate face, aware that neither of them reached 30 % of the votes in the first round of November 21 and . . .

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