The new helmsman of Renovación Nacional bluntly rejected that the party will commit to a third process, if the proposal is rejected. If that happens “we must continue to work with the current constitutional law,” he said.
she Senator Rodrigo Galilea took over this Saturday as the new president of National Renewal (RN), one month after winning the party’s internal elections.
In his first statement as a helmsman, The parliamentarian discussed the ongoing Constitutional Processafter the Council sends its text proposal to the Expert Commission.
In this respect, Galilee holds that “Chile must put this constitutional discussion behind us”. Therefore, he called on “all parties to do their best, implement the constitutional process, it will be approved on December 17”.
The above, he assured, “is very important to give stability and optimism to the Chileans who need it.”
Despite trusting its approval, the RN president pointed that out There is still no institutional position in the party in this regard, which will be discussed shortly.
“The Constitutional Council concluded its work and delivered the text on November 7. As of that date, The RN will have a general council on November 11 or 18, to hopefully approve that effort.he explained.
On the other hand, He bluntly denied that National Renewal was committed to the third processif the proposal is rejected.
“We saw that it was going to run out and that we must continue to work with the current constitution. If we do not do this, the future of the country will be cloudy,” he concluded.