CHILE: Key takeaways from constitutional referendum

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A landslide in favor of a new constitution marks the beginning of an intense electoral cycle as well as the two-year constitutional process. The results do not necessarily undermine the mechanism to ensure consensus and moderation in the new constitution. A relatively high turnout should give the constitutional process legitimacy and help reduce violence and unrest. Unrealistic expectations about what a new constitution can deliver – and the risk of new fiscal pressures arising from overambitious promises – represent critical challenges. Referendum results On 25
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