Chilean Constituent Assembly elects a new president | Political News

Epidemiologist Maria Elisa Quinteros is at the helm, responsible for replacing Chile’s Pinochet era constitution.


The mission of the Chilean Parliament is Draft a new constitution A new president was elected from the South American country.

After nine rounds of voting on Tuesday and Wednesday, members of the Constituent Assembly selected the epidemiologist Maria Elisa Quinteros to replace the institution’s first chairman, indigenous Mapuche professor and activist Eliza Langcon.


This change is provided for in the revised text Group of 155, Was elected to draft the text last year to replace Chile’s previous Magna Carta during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet.

Quinteros won the 78 votes needed to replace Loncon. “We want to lead this process wisely,” said the 40-year-old.


On Wednesday, Gabriel Boric, the newly elected next president of Chile, welcomed Gentros’ victory.

“Sometimes there are good news and hopeful news from difficult situations, and I believe this is one of them,” Paulick wrote On Twitter. “Rely on 100% cooperation between my president and the formation process.”


The Constituent Assembly has nine months to draft a new constitution, which may be extended by three months.Then there must be a referendum, by Bowic GovernmentInaugurated on March 11.

The 35-year-old former student movement leader Boric (Boric) Elected After beating the far-right candidate Jose Antonio Kast by more than 11 percentage points last month.

He will become the youngest president of the United States and vowed to cooperate with the Constituent Assembly while respecting the autonomy of the institution.


Despite changes in the past few decades, the previous version of the Chilean constitution was widely unpopular and regarded as a source of social inequality.

Chilean voters in May Elected Dozens of progressive independent representatives redrafted the constitution-an unexpected blow to conservative candidates who failed to get a third of the seats to veto any proposal.

The new constitution is expected to bring major changes to Chile, and environmental activists hope it will Bring new protection Talk to the indigenous leaders that they hope this will help Build new relationships Between their communities and countries.

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