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Complex days have the Government of President Gabriel Boric. This, because this past Tuesday, he suffered a defeat in Congress, when his substitute veto fell to the project that seeks to protect critical infrastructure. This was key because with this, they were looking for an alternative to the State of Emergency in the southern part of the country.

Once this project fell, the Executive had no choice but to announce that it will once again request an extension of this measure. The problem is that he has to convince his parliamentarians to support him in Congress, especially the ruling party, such as Matías Ramírez (PC), Lorena Pizarro (PC) and Ana María Gazmuri (Humanist Action) who rejected the substitute veto. In addition to them, in the third extension of the State of Exception, other pro-government parliamentarians asked that it be the last. And now that they are on their fourth, the picture is not encouraging.

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In this sense, members of the government coalition mention that for this new request they seek, once again, majority support, but with nuances. “It is the government’s proposal, we are going to vote in favor of it again,” he said. Diego Ibanez (CS)in statements collected by emmol.

“Each person has their reasons. For me, the important thing is that the great majority of the ruling bloc supports its government, which is what has happened in all these votes and naturally there will be opinions as long as there are parliamentarians and there is no problem in that. I I play down the drama to the extent that we can give the necessary support to what is happening in Congress,” he added.

The deputy PC Luis Neckassured that they will evaluate it and vote on the information delivered to the Ministry of the Interior, as they have done in past votes: “We have made the effort to be able to summon all the parliamentarians of our caucus. That has not always been possible because of course there are different opinions, different views, it is a very complex issue for us and of course that cannot be extrapolated to what happens in the next renewal. We are going to have to make a very objective evaluation”.

“We are committed to providing the best security conditions for our people and if the government calls us to concur with our support for this state of emergency, as has happened on previous occasions, we will be available for that,” he said. other side Jaime Saez (CS).

The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Raul Soto (PPD), He said that “we are going to be there to support it in a transversal way”, and made a call to Chile Vamos: “That they vote in favor of it because we cannot leave the families of the Southern Macrozone unprotected”.

Leonard Soto, PS deputy, stated that “it was totally expected (the extension) (…) of course the Socialists, despite having some questions about the militarization of the Southern Macrozone, we consider it essential to support the Government in order to give peace of mind to that area”.

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