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31 May 2021
In sum, Yasna Provoste is not doing anything she has not announced before, nor is she breaking new ground in the ways she exercises her power: a stern tone, dour expression, and a marked testimonial conscience that mixes the rituals of the Catholic pulpit with her Diaguita cultural identity, the one she revindicated in the last election by displaying her green ballot, the color reserved for indigenous peoples. So, why is it that some people are still surprised by the Provoste style?By Camilo Feres (*)
28 May 2021
What the president of the Senate is doing may not lead to her meteoric rise, but if well executed and communicated it will undoubtedly show a certain way forward at a time when the background chorus is singing of desolation and uncertainty.By Camilo Feres (*)
In the midst of an election cycle it is important to take a moment to understand what is going on. In the latest episode of Bicameral — the Azerta podcast — our external consultant Javier Sajuria did just that and plunged into the depths of polling, especially the CEP survey, which is considered to be an oracle when it comes to taking the temperature of the citizens' preferences around power. He spoke with Paulina Valenzuela, who is the person in charge of 'translating' the most relevant data from this survey.
20 April 2021
The results of the elections in Peru, which faces an extremely polarized second round of voting — between the ultra-left alternative of Pedro Castillo and the right-wing Fujimori movement (Fujimorismo) led by Keiko, former President Alberto Fujimori's daughter — prompt us to reflect on the current political culture in Chile. The disconnect between citizens and the elites, along with the excessive individualism found in the different political projects, has us on alert.