On Wednesday, August 10, the Chamber of Deputies will begin the discussion of the bill that reduces the quorum of reforms to the current Magna Carta to 4/7.
The motion was presented by DC senators Ximena Rincón, Matías Walker and Iván Flores, and the independent PPD Pedro Araya, and it was feared that the Republican Party might not approve it. However, faced with the risk that the project would not be left until Wednesday, parliamentarians from the ruling party caucuses requested the Segpres minister, Giorgio Jackson, and the undersecretary of the portfolio, Macarena Lobos, to place great urgency. The objective was for the motion to be discussed on the aforementioned date.
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Said and done. The initiative that will operate in the event that the Rejection of the New Constitution proposal triumphs on September 4, is being processed in the Constitution Commission of the Lower House and its vote will be held on Tuesday in particular. Then, it will be tabled, the next day. This was defined after a committee meeting that took place this Friday, according to Third.
It is worth mentioning that the project has had an expeditious process in the Chamber and has a favorable prognosis. It could even be dispatched from Congress before the constitutional plebiscite, as established in the itinerary.
The reform has already been endorsed by the Senate and on Wednesday of last week it was approved in general in the Constitution commission of the Chamber.