Chile de Alessandri a Pinochet: En busca de la utopia by Alan Angell. ( ). 3- Angell, Alan – Chile, de Alessandri a Pinochet. Capítulo 4; 5. Cargado por Mauricio Remillier. Copyright: Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC). Download as. 0 ReviewsWrite review ?id=Eu6dfloxZKEC. Chile de Alessandri a Pinochet.
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Yet while the human-rights issue persists, while trials of military officers continue, while more evidence accumulates, the memory of the alsesandri remains alive in contemporary Chile. The Pinochet regime was unusual in many ways.
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Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Chile de Alessandri a Pinochet: Your rating has been recorded. What was angell was how consistent was international condemnation of the Chilean government up to the time of the plebiscite in – by which time even the United States government had joined the critics.
Learn more at Author Central. Grasp of the complicated politics of Chile from was very superficial. Indeed it can be argued – as I have chhile a chapter of a forthcoming book – that the Chilean government along with South Africa has gone further in clarifying the past and in seeking justice for abuses than any other government.
Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Advanced Search Find a Library. It is without precedent that a military ruler after such a long period of almost absolute power should request in a free and fair plebiscite an extension of his mandate for another eight years, lose the plebiscite though gain a remarkably high angfll, and then accept the result and organise elections to choose a civilian president.
Forgetting the past is one option slan many countries have chosen to do so.
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That dichotomy created a division that split Chilean society almost into two halves. What was ignored in the reaction to the coup was the fact – unpalatable as it may have been – that it had widespread support, even amongst sectors of the poor.
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Get to Know Us. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. The economic and social reforms followed an ideological agenda ; the government constructed an institutionality in which it really believed; it accepted rejection in a plebiscite and followed the rules; and it even negotiated important constitutional changes with the opposition before it handed over power. It is not uncommon for a military coup to enjoy initial support as the population wearies of the uncertainties and turmoil of a weak civilian government; Argentina in is an obvious example.
The economy was in ruins and shortages and a black market made life intolerable for many people.