Camila Vallejo
As the country’s youngest legislators navigate bureaucracy and party politics, reforms are slow to come by.
Those on the frontlines of Chile’s student protests are now seeking to affect change from within the establishment.
As Chile's student marches continue, some former leaders of the movement are transitioning to electoral politics, looking to win seats in parliament come November.

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