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The official campaign period for the 25 October constitutional referendum gets underway from today, 26 August. The referendum, which was postponed from April due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is the result of a hastily-reached cross-party agreement last November amid the most serious outbreak of public unrest since the return to democracy in 1990. The protests and unrest were triggered by a fare increase on the Santiago metro but very quickly morphed into an outpouring of frustration over impediments to social mobility and welfare; inequality of opportunity; and elite sectors’ perceived abuse of
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