The Chamber’s rejection of Gabriel Boric’s tax reform bill left in evidence the strained relationship between the Executive and the Chilean Congress, where the President does not have a majority.
“One sector is trying to prevent things from changing”, said the President.
Implementing a tax reform was one of the most significant promises of the electoral campaign that brought Gabriel Boric to the Presidency of Chile.
The modification was seen, in turn, as a pivotal piece to finance the changes desired by the President in pension, health, and education matters.
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