Chile is going through political change. In May, Chileans voted to elect an assembly that will write a new constitution. Those elected to redraw the country’s magna carta feature a large contingent of independents. Left-wing parties are most favorably positioned among institutional actors, but right-wing parties did not reach the one-third threshold needed to enjoy veto power. At the end of... Continue Reading
María José Valdés
María José Valdés is a consultant at Ideograma in Santiago, Chile. She holds a master’s degree in political and corporate communications from the University of Navarra (UNAV) and George Washington University (GWU). She received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the Catholic University of Chile. Some of her publications include “Algorithms and Emotions” (Tecnopolítica, 2020) and the chapter “Challenges Left by Apps In Combating Coronavirus” in “Comunicación Política en tiempos de coronavirus” (2020).