Patricio Aylwin, Chile's first elected president after the bloody 17-year Pinochet dictatorship, took office in 1990 at an extremely delicate moment in his country's history. Gen. Augusto Pinochet had left La Moneda presidential palace after ... Los Angeles Times, 1 week ago
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Patricio Aylwin, who oversaw Chile's peaceful transition to democracy with a pragmatic but cautious hand as the first elected president after a bloody 17-year military dictatorship, died on Tuesday. He was 97. Aylwin, who died ...Sharenet, 1 week ago Aylwin, who led Chiles transition after Pinochet, dies at 97 Reuters UK, 1 week ago
New law regulates political party funding and limits spending Bill establishes 40% gender quota in parties' top leadership Chile's politicians are seeking to clean up their act after more than a year of funding scandals, approving two bills to ...Bloomberg, 2 weeks ago
IPO of Codelco itself would clash with public opinion: CEO Development decision in Ecuador still several years away Codelco's chief executive said taking public afuture international vehicle would be a viable way to fund the Chilean ...Bloomberg, 4 weeks ago
Changing capital structure would require constitutional change For now, the company is focused on investments in Chile Chile will have to discuss at some point the possibility of taking its state-owned copper miner public to finance future ...Bloomberg, 1 month ago
For weeks, Senate Republicans defending a decision not to hold Supreme Court confirmation hearings have been claiming adherence to something they've called the "Biden rule" against advancing a court nominee in the midst of an election. SEE ALSO: ...AOL.com, 1 month ago
Lithium Giant Owned by Pinochet Son-in-Law Is Charged Dozens under investigation, accused of taking SQM Money Chile, widely viewed as a model of stability and democracy in a region plagued by impropriety and upheaval, is facing a campaign ...Bloomberg, 1 month ago
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