RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Congress was urged to address critical issues during its recess period. However, the proposal lacked the support needed to change its internal rules.
A large number of representatives of Chile's political and social scene have strongly criticized the country's legislators after their refusal to interrupt the congressional recess to proceed with two issues considered critical in the country's public agenda: the reform of the Carabineros police force and the migratory crisis in the northern border.
The first issue, which was brought back to public debate after the death of a 27-year-old . . .