Defense of human rights. <p>Fresh air for Latin American progressivism</p> The resounding victory of Gabriel Boric over José Antonio Kast (extreme right) confirms at the Last Database polls —once agaithe power of the “Chilean blowout” that crossed the entire society transversally. And, it must also be said, it Last Database reveals an electoral system that looked impeccable. Around eight o'clock at night (local time) the results were known and the loser accepted his Last Database defeat. Chile seemed to return to its "normality": that of the electoral victories of forces in favor of social transformations
In a Last Database progressive sense. Without being mistaken, the media define the election as historic. And it is. The triumph of Approve Dignidad, a name born from the previous political battle (the one that managed to set up the Constitutional Convention), bears inscribed Last Database the promise of change. The parties that led the post-Pinochet democratic transition were left out of the presidential race (although they resisted in the elections for deputies and senators). Boric, the left-wing Last Database candidate, swept 60% in the Metropolitan Region and, hand in hand with Izkia Siches.
The young ex-president of the Last Database Medical Association, one of his best signings for the second round campaign, managed to improve his results in the regions and got almost 56% in the national election. In the first round, the center-left was overwhelmed from the left by Approve Dignidad (Broad Front and Last Database Communist Party) and the center-right was electorally shipwrecked after a second government of Sebastián Piñera that never found a course and ended up supporting, almost v Last Database unconditionally, a candidate that vindicated Augusto Pinochet (with the exception of his human rights policy —sic—). But this does not mean that, as many international media headlined, the Chilean elections faced "two extremes." On the right flank, in effect, one can speak of a winger.