January 22, 2022

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Gabriel Borik’s victory in Chile Latin American victory – Juventus Rebelde

Argentina’s Oscar Laporte, head of the Democratic Observatory for the Southern Parliament (ParlaSur), was an observer at the election process in Chile, describing the victory of young Gabriel Borick as president for Latin America. Sunday.

In an interview with Hector Bernardo Contexto, Laborde stressed that the victory of the war was good news for Chile, Argentina, Latin America and “all of us who dream of and fighting to be a pole in this diverse world.” , Said Brenza Latina.

In this regard, he stressed that they were created in a transparent manner, however, there were some tests, (Presidential candidate Jose Antonio) Castin’s forces are trying to cover up this process.
If there is a difference of less than 50,000 votes, we ask for a recount
Votes one by one. But he noted that the biggest difference there was that it encouraged such experimentation.

Laborde, on the other hand, pointed to what happened in the electoral process in Honduras and earlier in Mexico and Argentina.
What happened in Bolivia and Peru confirms that there is a trend and is looking for people who are fighting.

He said the outcome of the election and the functioning of the Constituent Assembly were linked to the struggle of the Chilean people and the return of the MAS (Movement for Socialism) to the Bolivian government.

All of this marks a trend that includes the possibility of Luis Inacio Lula da Silva being elected President of Brazil, he added.

This Monday, in Santiago de Chile, Sebastian Pinara met with President-elect Gabriel Bori and, according to the outgoing president, discussed international events and “situations to be resolved in the coming days.” Controlling the infection. , The vaccination process, protecting the lives and health of Chileans, ”said Telisur.

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According to some analysts, Piñera said his government had certainly failed to address other issues, such as revitalizing the country’s economy, protecting civilians and respecting public order and human rights.

Earlier, Gabriel Borick declared: “I will do all I can to meet this great challenge (…). We must do a lot in this transformation process and reach an agreement with all the people of Chile.”

The Chilean Electoral Service (Survey) has recorded the final results of a referendum between Gabriel Boric, the left-wing leader of the Abrew Dignity Coalition, and Jose Antonio Cast, the far-right candidate of the Christian Social Front Coalition. A total of 46,883 polled 46,887 eligible (99.99 per cent) Boric, 4,620 671 votes (55.87 per cent) and Cost 3,649,647 votes (44.13 per cent).

Victory immediately celebrated by key leaders of our continent.