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22 June 2022
There are two coexisting dynamics currently running through the government regarding its legislative agenda. The first relates to the emblematic projects that were proposed during the election campaign. Programs like tax reform or health care reform. The second is newer and has a significant relationship with a number of bills introduced by former president Piñera. The Executive will continue to push them legislatively, though with adjustments aligned with its programmatic interests.By Ian Mackinnon (*)
11 January 2022
In a progressive decline of the Bachelet-Piñera-era political conglomerates, both coalitions have been absorbed by emerging forces from the fringes of their political niches. It is clear that neither Gabriel Boric nor José Antonio Kast had really put forward a program expecting to govern. But there they are, and they have had to very quickly change their proposals to appeal to a majority. This is where what until now had been largely absent from the contest emerged on scene: their programs for governing. By Camilo Feres (*)
22 September 2021
What we at Azerta offer, and what is currently most relevant, is social network monitoring based on active listening with a stakeholder focus. This is what we call Digital Strategy 3.0. And to accomplish it, we have replaced the well-known over-hyped keywords with topics or names with conversations generated by the authors themselves.By José Miguel Arancibia (*)
12 August 2021
The Frente Amplio’s leading role is undeniable. But, just as happened to the generation before them, the act of raising a political-institutional banner as a way of shaping and leading in a future political space hasn’t come without its costs. It’s simply a matter of realizing that Gabriel Boric, Giorgio Jackson and Beatriz Sanchez have all been targets of aggression and denunciations while in public.
By Camilo Feres (*)