Newsletter 5 (July 2017)

Editorial summary Constitutional innovation for the crisis of representation. One of the outstanding aspects of the results of the participatory stage of the constituent process carried out by the Bachelet government is the inclusion therein of new constitutional demands. The systematization of the results of the deliberations that took place in the self-convened meetings and… Read more »

Newsletter 4 (July 2017)

Editorial summary Indigenous peoples and the Araucanía Plan. As we have noted before, the problem of the relation between the Chilean State and the indigenous peoples seems to be the area where there is agreement across almost all of the political spectrum regarding its direct connection to constitutional issues. In this regard, it is remarkable… Read more »

Newsletter 3 (June 2017)

Editorial summary Constituent process and presidential primaries. The electoral campaign for the presidential primaries of July 2 is the start of a new electoral cycle, which provides an opportunity for presidential candidates to take stances on the constituent process and the possibility of drafting a new Constitution, in particular through the legally mandated slot of electoral… Read more »

Newsletter 2 (June 2017)

Editorial summary The government does not prioritize the constituent process. In an interview for Caras magazine published on May 21st, the same day she delivered the annual report of her administration to the Congress, President Michelle Bachelet defended the progress made by her government against the assessment made by Smart Citizen Foundation (Fundación Ciudadano Inteligente), which… Read more »


Participation of Indigenous Peoples in the Constituent Process

The report summarizes the context in which the Chilean government implemented the Indigenous Participatory Constituent Process in 2016, parallel to the general participatory stage of the constituent process promoted by the Bachelet administration.

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