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“Economic Security, Citizen Security and Social Security”. These three axes were presented by President Gabriel Boric in the 2023 Budget Bill. We talked about it with the PS deputy and president of the Finance Commission, Jaime Naranjo. Pablo Iglesias participates in forum at Universidad de Chile and would meet with Boric.
Apruebo Dignidad postponed in the Senate the vote of the TPP11 after requesting a second discussion. The ruling party agreed on the edges of its proposal for a new 100% elected convention. We talked to former Labor Minister María José Zaldívar about the pension reform to be presented by the Government in October.
Women are rapidly gaining ground in the real estate sector, especially as investors. This is confirmed by the “Profile of the real estate investor in Chile”, carried out by the investment community Brokers Digitales. Topic of the columnist Isabel Palma. And, in the Yungay neighborhood, the San Saturnino Parish, the heart of community life in the area, has already been restored. We talked to the architect in charge.
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Tribalization is a global megatrend in today’s world. The election of Donald Trump, the Brexit referendum, populist movements such as Catalan separatism and the democratic backlash in Central and Eastern Europe are clear examples of the mechanisms and effects of tribalization. The key trends at play are anti-globalism and identity politics: putting cultural differences before dialogue, collaboration and universal liberal values.
The central argument of this book is that tribalism is pulling up the drawbridges with the world (and with Europe). And this is not just because “the people” wanted it that way. Trump and Brexit have silenced the voices of many former defenders of globalism and liberal values who now feel guilty about what has happened: guilty, they think, of failing to see what was coming and ignoring the wishes of those who now want to erect walls.
But tribalism is a dangerous drift. Because of tribalism and the aforementioned retreat of liberal voices, democracy itself is being put at risk. In many places, including Europe, democracy has succumbed to “illiberalism,” which has eliminated free elections, the independence of the judiciary, the existence of a free and critical press, and even closed universities. Tribalism, then, is not simply a matter of prioritizing one’s own nation and being anti-European and anti-global; it is, in many cases, a broader and more fundamental movement that leads us to renounce any insistence on defending those liberal-democratic principles we once shared.