During the day, President Gabriel Boric spoke at the General Assembly of the United Nations Organization, where he touched on various topics, including the social outbreak, the rejection of the proposal for a new Constitutionthe need to act against climate change and the challenges to overcome inequality.
The international medium Bloomberg highlighted that the world’s youngest leader thrilled the UN Assembly with his speech, where they point out that the president “sounded the alarm about the risk of social unrestreminding his more experienced colleagues gathered at the United Nations that the discontent that erupted locally can be repeated all over the world“.
The publication points out the warning that Boric issued to the other heads of state, where he told them: “The outrage over inequality and basic services deficient can provoke uprisings in other countries”.
“I invite you all to move forward in the search for greater social justice”Boric said Tuesday in his UN debut, drawing huge applause. “Better distribution of wealth and power should go hand in hand with sustainable growth”, is part of the speech highlighted by Bloomberg.
In addition, they assure that the Chilean Head of State, at 36 years old, is seen as the new face of the political left in Latin Americawhich focuses on causes ranging from feminism to protecting the environment and fighting inequality.
In the speech, Boric also expressed his confidence that Chile will have a constitution you can be “proud” of in the short term. He said that the country will resolve its challenges in a democratic manner and made a fervent defense of accept divergent political views as a remedy for a polarized world.
Finally, the publication highlights that the President called the other world leaders to not turn a blind eye to the violation of Human Rights around the world, emphasizing Iran to Venezuela and Nicaragua. He also defended Ukraine against the “unjust” Russian invasion.