Chilean lawmakers are set to hold a referendum on October 25th on the adoption of a new constitution after widespread demonstrations over social inequality rocked the country last year.
The vote, originally scheduled for April 2020, was postponed as a result of coronavirus. However, opposition activists say that was an excuse by the government to buy time and clean up damage left by protestors.
On this episode of The Stream, we’ll look ahead to October’s referendum and ask experts about whether it is enough to appease protestors’ demands and establish a more equal Chilean society.
Join the conversation:
Subscribe to our channel