First, I describe the characteristics of the political system in which the government Last Database operates. Second, I explore the lack of a political sociology and moral economy capable of anchoring a new model of development. Third, I give Last Database an account of the central weaknesses of the contemporary Chilean State. Finally, I conclude by exploring the difficult crossroads facing the Boric government today. The political (un) structure Although it has foundations in a longer collective and individual trajectory, whose origins must be Last Database traced back to the 2011 student movement and its antecedents, the electoral flow that led to Boric's victory emerged within a period of nine months.
What would be a brilliant Last Database victory in the second round of December 19, 2021 began with an intense internal debate, in a context of strong political weakness, in which the dilemma was to present a candidate of their own to mark their presence Last Database and avoid a final crisis of the Broad Front or simply adhere to the candidacy headed by the communist mayor Daniel Jadue. The doubts and difficulties to collect the 32,000 signatures Last Database necessary to register the candidacy, on an electoral roll of more than 14 million voters, reflected the weakness of Boric's presidential project.
During the nine Last Database months between March and December 2021, Boric's candidacy overcame obstacle after obstacle, relying on two strategies: highlighting the personal characteristics of the candidate ("he listens", "he admits his mistakes and knows how to apologize", "he bet even against his party to the institutional route”) and turn Last Database him into the best “anti” candidate. First he was anti-Jadue, then he was anti-Concertación and anti-Piñera, and finally anti-José Antonio Kast, the candidate of the extreme right. In this journey, a programmatic Last Database slogan was consolidated that emerged in the dispute with the communist candidate in the primary of I Approve.