Next Sunday, November 21, the 2021 Presidential Elections will take place in Chile, where the citizens of that country will elect the successor of Sebastián Piñera in La Moneda. That is why tomorrow, November 15, the last debate will be held at 8:00 pm (Chilean time), where the candidates for the Chilean presidency will be able to discuss their ideas in different areas of the neighboring country.
Who will be on the presidential ballot are Gabriel boric (CS-I approve of Dignity), Jose Antonio Kast (Republican Party), Yasna Provoste (DC-New Social Pact), Sebastian Sichel (IND-Chile We Can More), Eduardo Arts (Patriotic Union), Marco Enriquez-Ominami (Progressive Party) and Franco Parisi (People’s Party). The latter claimed to test positive for COVID-19 in the United States, so he will not be able to be in the country for the date.
The debate organized by Anatel (National Television Association) will feature Constanza Santa María (TVN), Juan Manuel Astorga (Mega), Macarena Pizarro (Chilevisión) and Iván Valenzuela (Channel 13) as moderators of the event.
The six candidates will have their last television debate this Monday, November 15 at 8:00 pm (Chile time) and 7:00 pm (Peruvian time). The debate can be viewed by live streaming on online signals from TVN, Mega, CHV and Canal 13, channels that will participate in the Anatel event.
After avoiding specific explanations regarding his arrival in Chile, the presidential candidate of the People’s Party (PDG), Franco Parisi confirmed that he tested positive for COVID-19 after undergoing a PCR test. Thus, he will not be able to arrive in the country before the elections on November 21 and You will not be able to participate in person in the debate organized by the National Television Association (Anatel), to be held this Monday, due to the isolation period.
From their campaign they requested that he participate electronically, but the application was rejected by the agency. As reported, Anatel reminded the standard-bearer that the initial agreement, committed by all applicants, indicated that the instance be face-to-face.