Nine presidential candidates have formally registered to participate in the Chilean elections scheduled for November 21. According to the latest opinion polls, Gabriel Borik is leading, followed closely by Sebastian Sechel.
Madrid (European News Agency).- In the first debate of the Chilean presidential election, the La Moneda candidate will take on Sebastian Sechel. There is no clear winner. The debate was marked by the five participants’ positions. There has been some disagreement over social issues such as miscarriages and prisoners in amnesty societies.
Gabriel Boric, Sebastián Sichel, José Antonio Kast, Yasna Provoste and Eduardo Artés attended the debate, discussing their economic proposals, marked by pensions and early withdrawal of funds, and facing the social agenda of the November 21 election, with a special emphasis on the system Governance proposals within the framework of the Constitutional Convention and the next Magna Carta.
Paulick spoke out about the reorganization of the Gendarmerie. The Gendarmerie was widely criticised for violently suppressing protests. Artes also spoke out about the restructuring of the armed forces in order to make sure they are not “barracks or parasites” again.
“Difficult times will soon come, and we have to tell the truth. Custer stated that “the country doesn’t survive on gifts.” Custer had an argument with Provost. Provost asked him whether he stood by the victim. In the context of the Chilean outbreak, the perpetrators and criminals support the pardoning of detainees.
Provost, on the other hand, argues that although there is a private system of health, public and primary health must be improved. He also emphasizes that Chile is in a “critical time” to promote peaceful resolution and transformation. Sichel claims he is a liberal. He would prefer that the country doesn’t decide how to manage its resources. However, he also supports “solidarity” in improving the pension system.
Concerning this controversial issue, Abortion has also been mentioned in exchanges. Chile only allows abortion to stop for three reasons. Boric, Provost, and Altus have all supported changes to the Agence France Presse pension system. Kast supports this part because it is a “model of reaching goals”.
Nine presidential candidates registered in Chile to take part in the November 21 election. According to the latest polls, Boric leads, Sichel is second, but there are more than half a million Chileans still undecided.