The philologist scientist Claudio Fuentes he confirmed Cooperative Yes The government of Sebastian Piñer and his coalition They chose to consolidate their discourse and their actions, thereby placing Chile in the "orbit of the most radical right-wing countries".
"This is a government with a fairly polarizing discourse on a number of issues. An example of migration is perhaps the latest and obvious, where positions are polarized very radically, it plays well and bad, "Fuentes said in a conversation with the program. Speaks of.
The Academician UDP stressed that not only the CEO, but The Chilean coalition, the Vamos coalition, has experienced a "strong shift toward more extreme situations" in areas like abortion, La Araucanía and the above mentioned migrations: "Clear the most difficult jobs are becoming more explicit in many subjects, with less liberalism"
The sources emphasized that yesterday's President Piñer himself, at the celebration of the sixth anniversary of Evópoli, said: "Levi promise a paradise, but hell will".
He added that with these types of statements "a encrispamiento politika, difficulties in reaching agreements in the Congress, then there is the contradiction between the discourse, which is: "Find a deal, we are looking for a dialogue", and the next day the president accuses the left that he is in hell… In my opinion, the government is a contradictory strategy"said the expert.
Claudio Fuentes also stressed that these terms are set out in the act Evópoli, a party whose "discourse is completely diminished with a marked radical discourse that cherishes the orbits of the most radical right-wing countries in general".
"We did a study in UDP, we surveyed Members and (we saw this) Evópoli is the most trusted market, the most free market player; less statistical than the entire political spectrum, including UDI and national reconstruction. It has a very anti-state component, and perhaps the president (Piñera), which is consolidating, is the free-trade, anti-Judicial identity of Evópoli, and that is why this is what goes on in this space, "he said.
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The analyst said that for sure Evópoli pointed out that he has a "different audience than his original speech", because "six years ago, Evópóli was born as a liberal party, which promoted issues of diversity, individual freedoms as an axis and They seem to be talking with a heavier sector now"
"Today we live a policy of niches, what kind of niche I will occupy, and I believe that when preparing these niches, Evópoli says: "If I want to grow, I have to get more right. Maybe this is a calculation. You have to see how it goes to the municipal one according to Kast. (Movement) The Republican action carries out everyday work. Kast goes to the regions and, it is clear that the right to a dispute is no longer in the center but on the right"he warned.
"Evópoli moved from conflict to center, Christian Democrats and citizens to challenge the rights of voters, leading to conservatism," he said.
For an expert, this is also the case in a scenario in which ultra-right groups "are looking for European logics, middle classes living in debt who see that the state does not give them everything to have rebuke for foreigners, and play cards with medium-term political projects "
"Chile was historically very sensitive, especially in European politics – in addition to the obvious Latin American – and today, with social networks, greater openness between different countries, all of these waves are much easier, there are mechanisms for the dissemination of political discourses, as we have seen in different parts. "
In this sense "Chile is much more exposed today than before the 40s and 50s (radical speeches), especially in the process of de-ideology, where traditional parties lose weight and these new movements are more important. I think that the polarization discourses we are living now are deplorable, worrying"he finished.