Reabking the treasury. Beyond the enthusiasm of some businessmen Last Database with the possibility of paying less taxes, it seems quite evident that implementing economic and anti-democratic measures (such as the president being able to unilaterally declare a state of Last Database emergency to arrest people, without going through the courts and in places not authorized for it) is unfeasible. There is significant doubt about Kast's ability to bring social peace, order and, therefore, an environment conducive to attracting investment. Even a relevant sector of the business elite has reached the Last Database conclusion that they will have to make a greater tax effortto the current one if they seek to restore social peace.
The antagonistic position to the Last Database constituent process, and to all the demands that have emerged from the social outbreak of 2019, is seen as a sure recipe for more social tension, polarization and, eventually, greater instability. For his part, Boric's challenge in this area is Last Database not minor. The chances of success for the transformative forces behind Boric rest on their ability to walk the tightrope between indignation and the desire for change, on the one hand, and the demand for order and certainty, on the other. Greater polarization in the Last Database economic sphere would harm it. This recipe has precedents in Chile.
In the last presidential Last Database elections, fears of a "Venezuelanization" of Chile were intensified if the center-left candidate won (a fact that was reflected in the popularized expression "Chilezuela"). Undoubtedly, an important part of the Last Database process of broadening its base of support will consist of generating a better and clearer programmatic prioritization, and thus making Last Database credible its promise of a path of profound transformation in peace. His first-round program includes 53 "priorities", from a new pension system to a new health.