Gabriel Boric's triumph in Last Database Chile has generated, on its own merits, great enthusiasm inside and outside the country. However, in addition to the economic and social problems -and also in terms of security- of the "Chilean model", there is the fact that the Last Database new leftist project has grown alluvially and has not sufficiently taken root in Chilean society. . A promise named Gabriel Boric The arrival of Gabriel Boric and the Last Database Chilean Broad Front to the government has become the hope of the new Latin American, and even global, progressivism.
It is, without a Last Database doubt, a new left, and not only in terms of generational change: it is feminist, promotes multiculturalism, combines a strong environmental awareness with the classic concern for equity and the social incorporation of subaltern sectors, and has It has been Last Database affirming its strong commitment to democracy and Last Database human rights, even in reference to "sensitive" processes for the left such as those in Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela. This commitment also applies to Chile and has multiple landings:1.
It is also a left that thinks of Last Database Chile from Latin America, instead of viewing itself (and trying to sell itself) as the example of a country that managed to "escape" from the region. In the case of Boric, moreover, this new left is articulated around a Last Database leadership with an innate ability to handle symbolic elements, to direct gestures and to display empathy, both through hugs and social networks. Last summer, during the Last Database transition period, Chile recovered its joy after long years of stress, uncertainty and discomfort. Boric shone where the presidential leadership of Sebastián Piñera generated boredom and rejection. The nomination of a cabinet with a majority of women, with unprecedented levels of social and territorial diversity, with expertisetechnical but in.