Chile’s Constitutional Reform in Global Perspective
Chile was a precursor of global constitutionalism when adopting a “neoliberal” constitution under Pinochet in 1980. Social protests in 2019 prompted a unique constitutional drafting process. The proposed new constitution addressed many issues, which lie at the heart of constitutional crises around the world. Its failure in a recent referendum may harbor lessons for constitutional crises and reforms around the world.
Prof. Jorge Contesse, Rutgers Law School
Prof. Alberto Coddou, McManus, Austral University of Chile
Dr. Daniela Arrese, Max Planck Foundation
Antonia Baraggia, U Milano Statale
Matthias Goldmann and Jule Halbach, EBS University
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