Chileans have voted to replace a constitution dating from the military dictatorship.
It has been 30 years since Chile emerged from military dictatorship to become a democracy.
Yet Chileans remain governed by a constitution written by General Augosto Pinochet, the dictator who ruled in the 1970s and 1980s.
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But that is about to change.
An overwhelming 78 percent of people voted this week to have a new constitution written. Voters also rejected a proposal to leave that job to politicians.
Sunday’s referendum was the culmination of a year of protests focused on inequality in one of Latin America’s wealthiest countries – but the hard part begins now.
Will change in Chile live up to the protesters’ expectations?
Presenter: Imran Khan
Boris van der Spek – Editor-in-chief, Chile Today
Marta Lagos – Founding director, Latinobarometro
Eric Farnsworth – Vice president, Council of the Americas