The article denounced the failed policies implemented by the outgoing administration in those areas, with which next president Gabriel Boric will have to deal.
The article, published on the digital daily El Mostrador, notes that the Piñera administration is fading away, with a very low citizens’ approval, with disputes over human rights violations that occurred during the social upheaval (2019), with a political legacy other than a good Covid-19 vaccination campaign.
According to a poll carried out by Plaza Pública Cadem, the president is ending his term with the lowest approval since the return to democracy in 1990.
According to it, 71 percent of citizens do not approve his administration and only 24 percent support it.
Regarding the rampant arrival of migrants from the north, El Mostrador warns that this phenomenon worsened due to the lack of prevention strategies and a long-term solution.
The daily also recalls Piñera’s trip to Cúcuta, Colombia, where he participated in an event against Venezuela, called to welcome Venezuelans, and a democratic responsibility visa was established.