Science and research in the Constitution: the differences between the current text and the proposal of the Convention

After a year of work, the Convention completed its work and presented the final proposal for new constitutionLast monday July 4th. The draft constitutional text consists of 388 items Y 56 transitional provisions. The latter are the ones that will regulate the implementation and entry into force of the new Constitution if it is approved.

In this context, and with a view to the rectifying plebiscite of the next 4th of Septemberacademics from the University of Chile reflected on the challenges in science and research that are evident in the proposal, raising differences with the text that currently governs our life in society.

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