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A Year After Protests Began, Chile's Constitutional Referendum Goes Ahead

Added 10-24-20 04:34:02pm EST - “On Sunday, after months of protests, voters can choose to keep or begin a process of replacing the current constitution.” - Foreignpolicy.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Foreignpolicy.com: “A Year After Protests Began, Chile’s Constitutional Referendum Goes Ahead”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

On Sunday, after months of protests, voters can choose to keep or begin a process of replacing the current constitution.

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