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Chile right-wing parties win majority in vote to draft new constitution

  • Chilean right-wing parties are projected to win a majority in a vote to elect advisers to draft a new constitution, marking a shift from the progressive majority that drafted a failed first constitutional rewrite.
  • The Republican Party, led by former conservative firebrand presidential candidate Jose Antonio Kast, leads with 35.53% of votes, while President Gabriel Boric's left-wing coalition has 28.34%. Centrist parties took the remainder of the vote.
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