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Analysis: Gender Parity Driving New Constitution in Chile

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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The new Chilean Constitution, in addition to being the firstborn in democracy, will be written jointly by men and women. In a plebiscite on October 25th, citizens decided by an overwhelming majority -78% x 21%- to replace the fundamental Charter in force, a text dating from 1980, adopted during the Pinochet dictatorship.

The Chilean feminist movement, the instigator of the

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