What are the new people in Congress thinking?

Azerta's Public Affairs team in partnership with the Digital area has teamed up to launch a new interactive website that details the five key issues for each of the Representatives who took office on March 11.

19 April 2022

An analysis and understanding of the diverse interests represented by the new members of the different political pacts in the Chamber of Deputies is a useful resource when it comes to understanding how the chess pieces will move on the political chessboard of the Congress. If you want to stay informed, we invite you to check our website.

On March 11, together with the change of government and the arrival of President Gabriel Boric to La Moneda, the 27 Senators and 155 Deputies who will make up the new National Congress also took office. New political groupings, such as Franco Parisi’s People’s Party (PDLG) and Kast’s Social Christian Front (FSC) have joined the House of Representatives, which will add new variables to the congressional debate. This makes it especially pertinent to know what the new members of Congress, who will be in office for the next four years, are thinking.

With this in mind, Azerta’s Public Affairs team joined forces with the Digital area to launch an interactive website that allows you to access an interesting study that details the five key issues that each of the new deputies, who are assuming these duties for the first time, have been pointing to during their campaigns, either through their formal programs, interviews or other digital secondary sources, which our team has been researching.

You can find the study at the following link: https://actualidadazerta.com/analisis-parlamentarios-nuevos/

To make the search easier for users, the new members of Congress and their priorities have been grouped by pact: Apruebo Dignidad; Chile Podemos Más; Dignidad Ahora; Frente Social Cristiano; Independientes Unidos; Nuevo Pacto Social; Partido de la Gente. The website is designed for users to see the priorities of the new Congress people in real time.

Below, we invite you to read what, for example, the five new MPs from el Partido de la Gente (the People’s Party) think: