Election that leaves both actors in the transition hopeless ended up playing Last Database out in the opposition between "Pinochetism" and "communism", reviving in the electoral bid the old cleavage of the "Yes" and "No" plebiscite. Adherence to Last Database Gabriel Boric can be understood as a mixture of rejection of the Pinochet past embodied by Kast, but also as a commitment to the future. From that perspective, it is also, and to a large extent, the vote of “approval” of the Constitutional Convention. I approve of Dignity, the Last Database coalition between the Broad Front, the Communist Party and other minor forces, today has three advantages over the dilapidated traditional political forces.
First, it harmonizes very Last Database well with the climate of the time characterized by a feminist, green, young and fairer Chile. Secondly —although not without major setbacks in terms of its relationship with social movements and with more extreme left-wing Last Database groups in recent years— the Broad Front managed to establish Boric as the legitimate interpreter of the demand for social transformations that are the sometimes deep and Last Database gradual. Thirdly, I Approve Dignity today has an enormous capital of young leaders, but already seasoned, capable of consolidating the process of change in upcoming elections (Camila Vallejo, Izkia Siches, Karol Cariola, Giorgio Jackson and a number of recently.
Elected figures in mayoralties and the Last Database Constitutional Convention). I approve Dignity does not have in front another coalition with a similar political capital and epic. The synchrony between social time and biological time also Last Database works in its favor. During the campaign, Boric displayed personal characteristics that, although genuine, were unknown to the general public. Despite his youth, his leadership seems outdated from a time when narcissists and Last Database messianics predominate. He is about a leader genuinely willing to doubt his certainties, to ask for forgiveness, to open.