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Jose Antonio Kast, candidat de l'extrême droite chilienne à l'élection présidentielle du 21 novembre 2021, durant un meeting de campagne à Valdivia, le 17 novembre 2021. © AP - Jose Luis Saavedra Jose Antonio Kast, candidate of the Chilean far right in the presidential election of November 21, 2021, during a meeting Campaign in Valdivia, November 17, 2021.

The election campaign ends this Thursday, November 18 before the triple presidential, legislative and regional vote of Sunday. Very expected elections after the new social mobilizations of 2019 and the pandemic. Among the favorites of the surveys, Gabriel Boric, ex-student leader, at the head of a left-hand coalition, and the ultra-conservative José Antonio Kast, who could steal the star to the traditional right.

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They succeed one another on a small platform installed in a green space of a municipality of southern Santiago. The local candidates and sympathizers of the Chilean radical right have a message: they hope to resume a political ground dominated by the demands of social justice.

"We will put order in this country, promises Maximiliano Murat, a 36-year-old lawyer who starts politics to become a member of Parliament. Because today, after social events, small businesses that have been ransacked, destroyed, burned are now in a very delicate situation. »

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" These ideologies that we want to impose ourselves "

in the shade of a tree, a woman sketches a few steps of dance. She is dressed in a t-shirt that wears an anti-communist message: "Rather die than being a red".

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At his side, Juana, a retiree swits the white, blue and red flags of the far-right side of José Antonio Kast, which arises in heir of the dictator Augusto Pinochet. "Me, what I'm afraid of, entrusts Juana, it is the indoctrination with these ideologies that we want to impose ourselves: feminism, the" gay lobby ", abortion and euthanasia.

According to the latest polls, José Antonio Kast could qualify for the second round of the Chilean presidential by recovering many voters from the voters of the government right, weakened by the figure of the outgoing President Sebastián Piñera.

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