With more than 81%, the independents and the opposition would get the constituent majority in Chile

The President of the Board of Directors of the Chilean Electoral Service, Andrés Tagle, has tabled the second official bulletin on the election of the members of the Constituent Convention, which the Chileans voted on this weekend in the elections and which would have more than 81 percent checked the list of Independents and the opposition received a majority.

With this in mind, the candidates from the 83 independent lists focus on 35.68 percent of the vote, followed by the official Let’s Go for Chile list, which has 20.88 percent of the vote.

According to the local radio station Bio Bio, the list of dignity approvals follows with 18.58 percent of the vote and the approval list with 14.64 percent, which implies a decline in the number of traditional parties.

With more than 81%, the independents and the opposition would get the constituent majority in Chile
With more than 81%, the independents and the opposition would get the constituent majority in Chile

The recount began in Chile following the completion of polls in a historic “mega-election” calling on Chileans to elect mayors, councilors, regional governors and the constituent convention members responsible for drawing up the country’s next Magna Carta are …

With the publication of the first results, President Sebastián Piñera expressed self-criticism in a speech in which he recognized that “in these elections the citizens sent us a clear and strong message to the government and also to all traditional political forces”, and that would be that they “do not adequately respond to the demands and desires of citizenship and we are challenged by new forms of expression and new leadership”.

He then stressed that it is his duty “as a government to listen humbly and attentively to the people’s message”, reports Radio Bio Bio, and that these results are a “strong and clear” message that requires “deep” reflection . “.

With regard to the Constituent Convention, Piñera has stated that elected constituents “need to have a well-intentioned dialogue in order to reach solid agreements” with the aim of “building a fairer, more inclusive country”.

The President believes that these elections were won by the indigenous peoples and women who “will be represented on an equal footing for the first time” and “the regions that will elect their governors for the first time”.

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