At 8:45 p.m., the second round of the television slot began for the exit plebiscite on September 4, when citizens must choose between the Approval or Rejection options on the constitutional proposal drafted by the Constitutional Convention.
Remember that the television campaign began today at 12:45 p.m. with the Approve option, and then give the Rejection option a chance. The slot will last until September 1 and has a duration of 15 minutes, in which the two options share the transmission.
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The themes that prevailed in this second batch were similar to those that appeared at 12:45 pm, such as the right to life (against abortion), the conflict between indigenous people and non-indigenous people; as well as the rage with which this constitutional proposal was written at what they request a new text but based on love. Emphasis was also placed on the people who voted for approval in the entry plebiscite but now regret it because they gave importance to issues that citizens did not “need” such as plurinationality over security or private property. Finally, the division that this process is causing in the country was highlighted.
The political parties of Chile Vamos did not appear in the production, but the People’s Party and independent groups such as Amarillos por Chile and the Mapuche Political Center Foundation were present.
For its part, the Approval strip highlighted drought, the right to different types of family, plurinationality, recognition of animals. It also echoes that the final text is valued more than its development, added to the fact that it can be reformed. One of the most talked about presences on social networks was that of the national poet, Raúl Zurita, who pointed out that this constitutional proposal is “love for Chile.” Finally, the strip of this option highlights the recognition of old age and women with better pensions and appreciation of women’s work.
The producers of this second batch are the same as those of the first: Liberal Party (PL), Party for Democracy (PPD), Christian Democracy (DC), Radical Party (PR), Socialist Party (PS), in addition to various social movements associated with different demands such as water rights, indigenous, animal rights, housing and environmental movements.
Check the second batch of the electoral strip
Video via YouTube: CNTV Chile