Sunday, 25 October 2020, was a historic day in Chilean history. In the midst of the Pandemic, people turned out in mass to vote on whether or not they wanted a new constitution. The actual constitution was made during the dictatorship in 1980. The option approving the launching of a new constituent process leading to a new constitution won with 78% of the votes. This was the first referendum after the one who took place in 1988, where the Chileans voted for the NO option, regarding the continuity of Pinochet’s dictatorship.
This images are from people who voted at the Chilean embassy in Berlin.