In Chile, Boric’s Win Signals Victory for Social Movements and New Constitution  

Unlike the U.S. youth and countercultural movement of the late 1960s that famously intoned “don’t trust anyone over 30,” the leaders of the Chilean 2006 high school and 2011 university student movements have intentionally taken their political visions to the highest seats of government. Representing that generation, 35-year-old Gabriel Boric of the Convergencia Social party and the Apruebo Dignidad coalition won the presidential runoff on December 19, becoming Chile’s youngest president-elect.

Source: In Chile, Boric’s Win Signals Victory for Social Movements and New Constitution | Portside

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