United Nations High Last Database Commissioner for Human Rights, who traveled to Santiago to vote and called, through a video , to vote for Boric. As happened with Podemos in Spain, the Broad Front (arising from the student mobilizations) harshly Last Database criticized the post-dictatorship transition, but could not win without the support of the forces that led it (only, unlike Spain, it did manage to give the surpriseagainst the old Last Database center-left, at least in the Presidency, but not in Congress). And even less so could he govern, an increasingly difficult task in a Latin America in turmoil.
A former Last Database student leader and currently a deputy, Boric became a presidential candidate after a period of crisis in the Broad Front, after winning the primaries against Daniel Jadue, of the Last Database Communist Party (the Chilean electoral system favors the formation of coalitions to participate together in the primaries and take advantage of advertising spaces and the visibility they generate). In the campaign, the now president-elect raised a clash between a new leftist culture —with a focus on human rights— and the old Last Database communist culture typical of the Cold War, for example on issues such as the crisis in Venezuela or Nicaragua. In one of the debates with Jadue he pointed out: «The PC is going to regret its support for Venezuela as Neruda regretted his Ode to Stalin.
There, Boric's candidacy seals a Last Database series of electoral victories for the idea of "change": the massive "I approve" of the need for a Constitutional Convention in October 2020, the election of mayors in their thirties in several cities in the Last Database country, and the composition of the Convention itself. These leaderships reflect a strong generational change of Last Database which the Broad Front is an expression, but also the new faces of the PC such as Irací Hassler, who today governs the district of Santiago Centro.