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The senator and president of the Democratic Revolution, Juan Ignacio Latorre, referred to what will be the meetings between the political parties to continue the dialogues for the elaboration of an agreement to channel the second stage of the constituent process.

This, after last week from Chile Vamos decided to get out of last Thursday’s meeting for considering a “paute” of the Executive in the process.

Along these lines, Latorre told Radio DNA that “from the ruling parties to Chile Vamos they said that the 1980 Constitution is dead, and having a Constitution that divides us is a problem.”

“The right pledged its word for a new Constitution. Now we are in talks to reach agreements on how to have a Constitution written in democracy,” added the parliamentarian.

In the action of Chile Let’s go with the ruling party, Latorre pointed out that “it would be a bit of a jump on the right-wing to say that they won the plebiscite. They seized on an excuse after the statements of the spokeswoman Vallejo not to go to a meeting that we had all agreed to attend.

“We have had several meetings, beyond the formal ones, and this week there will be more meetings to bring positions closer together and be able to establish a political agreement that enables a new constituent process,” he concluded.

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