Moderates win: Sichel and Boric are presidential candidates for Chile’s November elections

Against all odds and after counting more than 75% of the votes, Sichel won with 48.7%, while Boric came in at 60%.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The moderates won. Gabriel Boric, the Frente Amplio representative, and Sebastián Sichel, an independent with a complex past, will be the representatives of Apruebo Dignidad and Chile Vamos in the next presidential elections on November 21.

Against all odds and after counting more than 75% of the votes, Sichel won with 48.7%, while Boric came in at 60%.

The Minister of Social Development under President Piñera between 2018-2019 and the president of the state-owned Banco Estado until December 2020 won against the great favorite: the former mayor Joaquín Lavin, of . . .

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