How Chile’s Constitutional Overhaul Emboldened the Right

After three years of upheaval, Chile is at a crossroads. On May 14, delegates stopped writing—and began revising—a draft of what may be the world’s most progressive constitution. The Constitutional Convention, formed after social movements swept the country in 2019, will deliver a new draft charter on July 4, with far-reaching rights for Indigenous people, women, the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities, the environment, and even animals.