Voters in Chile rejected a brand new proposed Constitution that would have made the conservative Latin American country into one of the most far-left countries in the world.
The New York Times noted that the new Constitution would have legalized abortion, mandated universal government-run healthcare, promoted woke gender initiatives, granted rights to animals and the environment, and would have given them government-provided care “from birth to death,” including a right to housing, education, retirement benefits, internet, free legal advice, sanitation and more.
The extreme Constitution would have also eliminated the country’s Senate, something that many on far-left want to happen in the U.S.
With nearly 75% of the votes counted, an overwhelming majority of Chileans, almost two-thirds, rejected the attempt to transform the country into a radical leftist social experiment.
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