Sebastian Piñera
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Demands for broad constitutional change are not new – and politicians should have listened.
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Last week’s primaries show that most voters are looking for mainstream candidates for president in November.

Many Mapuche warmly greeted President Sebastián Piñera’s recent promise to give “top priority and urgency” to finding a constitutional solution that will recognize Chile’s Indigenous Mapuche people, a 700,000-person strong minority group that constitutes 6 percent of Chile’s population.

After being stalled in Congress for seven years, a bill formally sanctioning discrimination became law in Chile yesterday.


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