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Support For New Chilean Constitution Increases

CHILE

A recent Candem poll has shown that support for the new Chilean constitution has increased since the draft constitutional proposal was published this week.

  • There were fears that the new constitution would usher in radical changes in the central bank and strict regulation of the mining sector. These concerns didn't materialise; central bank independence is enshrined in the new constitutional proposal, and mining is still subject to the same concession system.
  • Members of the convention have just over three months to sell the new charter to voters before it is put to a referendum on September 4.
  • Early signs suggest that the negative popular opinion of the Convention may be turning around. The previous batch of polling from Cadem released May 10 showed that only 42% of voters would approve the new constitution. This has risen to 45.5% since publication of the proposal.

Figure 1: With the information you have at this time, would you vote to Approve or Reject the Constitution proposed by the Constitutional Convention? (Cadem )

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