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Sebastián Piñera takes Chile’s Presidential office today

SANTIAGO – The billionaire conservative Sebastián Piñera will take office today, March 11, as president of Chile, replacing socialist Michelle Bachelet at the end of her second non-consecutive term. VIDEO: Sebastian Piñera to lead Chile till 2022 SANTIAGO – Conservative Sebastian Piñera, who served as president of Chile from 2010 to 2014, defeated center-left Alejandro Guillier in a runoff election to assume the office at La Moneda on Sunday. ]]> Copy and paste this code into your site to embed Piñera won the second round of the December presidential election, defeating center-left opponent Alejandro Guillier. His victory is seen as the last example of the advance of the right in Latin America. SANTIAGO – Chile’s conservative President-elect Sebastian Pinera on Tuesday formed a cabinet for his new government with several names from his first administration. Five are from the National Renewal Party (RN), which represents sectors of the traditional Chilean right. Sebastián Piñera unveils his team of undersecretaries (VIDEO) SANTIAGO – Chile’s president-elect Sebastián Piñera on Wednesday announced the names of 35 undersecretaries ahead of its inauguration next month. He was the general manager of banks Talca and Citicorp-Chile, Apple’s Chilean president and shareholder of some companies, among them Lan Chile (now Latam, after the merger with the Brazilian TAM). He was presidential candidate in 2005, after presiding the party between 2001 and 2004, but lost in the second round to Michelle Bachelet with 46.5% of the votes. From the first days […] SANTIAGO – The outgoing president, Michelle Bachelet is ending her second non-consecutive term with an ambitious proposal for a new constitution for Chile.

SANTIAGO – The billionaire conservative Sebastián Piñera will take office today, March 11, as president of Chile, replacing socialist Michelle Bachelet at the end of her second non-consecutive term.
VIDEO: Sebastian Piñera to lead Chile till 2022 SANTIAGO – Conservative Sebastian Piñera, who served as president of Chile from 2010 to 2014, defeated center-left Alejandro Guillier in a runoff election to assume the office at La Moneda on Sunday.
]]> Copy and paste this code into your site to embed Piñera won the second round of the December presidential election, defeating center-left opponent Alejandro Guillier.
His victory is seen as the last example of the advance of the right in Latin America.
SANTIAGO – Chile’s conservative President-elect Sebastian Pinera on Tuesday formed a cabinet for his new government with several names from his first administration.
Five are from the National Renewal Party (RN), which represents sectors of the traditional Chilean right.
Sebastián Piñera unveils his team of undersecretaries (VIDEO) SANTIAGO – Chile’s president-elect Sebastián Piñera on Wednesday announced the names of 35 undersecretaries ahead of its inauguration next month.
He was the general manager of banks Talca and Citicorp-Chile, Apple’s Chilean president and shareholder of some companies, among them Lan Chile (now Latam, after the merger with the Brazilian TAM).
He was presidential candidate in 2005, after presiding the party between 2001 and 2004, but lost in the second round to Michelle Bachelet with 46.5% of the votes.
From the first days […] SANTIAGO – The outgoing president, Michelle Bachelet is ending her second non-consecutive term with an ambitious proposal for a new constitution for Chile.