There has been nothing democratic about this affair so far, the Communists are attempting to grab power any way they can, and have repeatedly shown that they don't give a hoot for parliamentary democracy. Here's what Trotskyist Luis Mesina (No+AFP) said recently:Jamers41 wrote: ↑Sun Feb 02, 2020 6:30 pmI will likely vote "rechazo," but I'm not as worried about it as some here seem to be. If the people vote yes, I still don't think that Chile will promptly spiral into Venezuela, the political right here is not that stupid, they made sure that anything put into a new constitution has to have 2/3rds approval for a reason. If a new constitution actually manages to be cooked up with enough votes from different groups, and those groups are seen as legitimate by a majority of the populace, long term this would be beneficial.
AKA golpe por secretaria. They did shut him up later, but that's ultimate aim of these people. Imho. I don't think that even the other opposition parties realize how far their Commie parliamentary "allies" want to go, especially as they would be quickly given the boot if Mesina's wishes did come true.“El día 27 se abre otro escenario para mi, el 27 el mundo cambia en Chile. Si presionamos podemos obligar al Congreso a una ley exprés que cambie, definitivamente, que los constituyentes no van a ser electos por los partidos. Lo podemos cambiar, depende de nosotros”, expresó en una charla.
Además Mesina agregó que “se pude dar el fenómeno, que dada la capacidad de movilización, que los constituyentes se constituyan en la primera reunión y se autodeclaren soberanos realmente y se acabo todo. Cierran el Congreso inmediatamente”.