One woman and four men begin Chile’s presidential campaign

If any of the seven candidates obtains an absolute majority of the votes validly cast on November 21, he or she will become president for the 2022-2026 term. Otherwise, the two with the most votes will have to compete in a runoff scheduled for December 19.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A woman of Diaguita descent and four men launched Wednesday (22) their campaigns for the November 21 presidential elections in Chile. A fifth candidate remains in the United States, and another is in quarantine after a trip to Mexico.

The first five have scheduled banners and propaganda on social networks to end the day with their presentation in a televised debate. The television propaganda and the deployment of street banners will begin at the end of October.

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