Chilean voters reject proposed progressive constitution
Voters in Chile overwhelmingly rejected a proposed constitution that promised greater inclusion of indigenous populations and women, increased environmental regulation and expanded government social welfare programs.
Here & Now‘s Scott Tong talks with John Bartlett, who’s been reporting the story for The Guardian.
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