Democratic Socialism celebrates the call to propose reforms to the new constitution and extends an invitation to I Approve Dignity

President Gabriel Boric On Monday, he urged the two government coalitions (I Approve Dignity and Democratic Socialism) to reach an agreement to formulate improvements to the proposed new Constitution before the plebiscite, which will be held on September 4. In the parties of the ex-Concertación there was acceptance of the President’s statements and in the PS they summoned Approve Dignidad to “work on the necessary reforms.”

At a press point, Boric was asked if he sees it as viable for both coalitions to reach an agreement to improve the proposed constitutional text prior to September 4. In this regard, Boric said: “not only do I see it viable, but I encourage it.”

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In this regard, the deputy Daniel Manouchehri (PS) said that “we want to deeply value the call made by President Gabriel Boric so that we can agree on the necessary reforms to the Constitution once the Approval wins.”

The legislator added that Boric’s call is in “the right line” and “is what many socialists have raised.”

“What we want to do is also call on all political forces, especially Approve Dignidad, to jointly accept this call made by the President of the Republic, so that we can work on the necessary reforms that we will have to apply to the new Constitution,” he commented.

From the PPD, the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Raul Sotoalso applauded the statements of the head of state.

“President Gabriel Boric is well on opening up to the construction of a prior agreement for improvements to the constitutional text. We must be transparent with the citizens and give certainties of the post-plebiscite itinerary if the Approval wins,” Soto wrote on his Twitter account.

In I Approve Dignity, the president of the Social Green Regionalist Federation, Flavia Torrealbapointed out that for the community it is “important to be available to talk about the agreements that we can make before the vote on September 4 so that people are informed and calm to approve this new constitutional text.”

“For my party in particular, reviewing how the justice system is structured or avoiding the immediate re-election of the President of the Republic, are quite central issues. We are available to talk,” added Torrealba.

Before Boric’s remarks, the deputy Catherine Perez (RD), indicated to Cooperative Radio that “it makes it very difficult for me to reach any agreement prior to the citizen’s pronouncement” of the plebiscite.

From the path of Rejection, the senator Ximena Rincon (DC) maintained that “if the text of the proposed Constitution is approved, the veto will be from the left. If the text is rejected, the truth is that we are making progress in modifying the quorums to 4/7 and also establishing a new constituent process, therefore the vetoes are eliminated”.

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