In a month, Chile will hold a national plebiscite to determine whether a new constitution will be written to replace the one written during the Pinochet dictatorship. The referendum comes a year after student-led protests about subway fare-hikes turned demonstrations over inequality in the South American country.
The plebiscite was initially scheduled to be held in April but was postponed as the country aimed to control a coronavirus outbreak. Chile has the fifth-highest number of COVID-19 cases in South America, with 442,827 reported cases and more than 12,100 recorded deaths.
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