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Draft Constitution Due For Submission Monday

CHILE
  • Chile is due to make the formal submission of the draft for the new Chilean constitution today, which should mark the two month countdown to the public referendum on the topic.
  • AFP writes that the new text would replace the constitution written under Pinochet and aims to establish new social rights. A referendum is pledged for September 4, in which voting is obligatory.
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  • Chile is due to make the formal submission of the draft for the new Chilean constitution today, which should mark the two month countdown to the public referendum on the topic.
  • AFP writes that the new text would replace the constitution written under Pinochet and aims to establish new social rights. A referendum is pledged for September 4, in which voting is obligatory.