A «counter-account to full citizenship», which gives U n Balance of the management of President Sebastián Piñera in the 15 months leading the country, held the institute equality, the Center for Studies linked to the Socialist Party.
The analysis of the foundation is stoning and ensures that the Piñera government «has disappointed its own expectations», because during the time it takes «initiatives that contribute to sustained and long-term economic growth have been scarce.» In economic matters, the «counter-account» asserts that «the expectation of growing at 4% per year was based on the eventual contribution to growth by the main reforms presented: tax, labor and pension (…) But by not having majorities in Congress, the government unleashed a media campaign (…) With such intensity that the boomerang effect is passing the bill.
It adds that there is a «shortage of initiatives that contribute to sustained and long-term economic growth» and ensures that «without strategic initiatives in infrastructure and if the world is slowing down, the truth is that there is no reason for the Economy to grow beyond its potential, 3 to 3.5%. »
It is argued that «the challenge is to raise the growth rate of potential GDP, achieving rates of 4-6% in a sustained manner over the next ten years. This requires more investment, more productivity and more innovation, and it is not enough to achieve macroeconomic balances plus an eventual tax cut for companies. »
This writing of ten veneers will be distributed on Saturday June 1 between parliamentarians and civil society organizations with the objective of «sharing an analysis of the context of the second public account of the government of Sebastián Piñera, when the frustrated Promise of better times beats the quality of life of Chileans and Chile’s, according to the document.
The other debts of the second administration Piñerista
In the social aspect, it is indicated that «the government stopped the process of universalization of social protection in progress from the AUGE plan and the basic solidarity pension in the first decade of the 2000, departing from the notion of social responsibility of the State in the Guarantee of rights. »
The paper ensures that due to the current «dismantling of social protection, the country will not be able to meet the goals it committed with other 192 states in the UN Agenda 2030 on social and Labour inclusion».
In the field of education, it is noted that «it has sought to retract the school inclusion law, particularly the school admission and selection system» and highlights the lack of implementation and implementation of important laws and associated public policies, such as the Demunicipalization of public education and the subsequent gradual installation of local education services. »
«Inaction on gratuity» and «short-term actions in terms of quality» are also specifically criticized.
In labour matters, it is stressed that «salaries have stagnated and the unemployment rate has only risen in the last year».
The report further warns that the executive of «seeks to highlight the creation of employment recorded in the administrative data of severance insurance».
The most troubling, according to the organization, «has been the presentation of the Labour flexibility project.» Equality argues that the initiative «in addition to being technically deficient, precarious the current situation of the workers, promoting extensive days of 11 and 12 hours a day, lowering the salaries and overtime, and weakening the organization Union «.
With regard to pension reform, it is indicated that it «deviates from any internationally accepted notion of social security, and reinforces the nature of the private forced saving of the system».
In indigenous matters, it is assured that, contrary to what it announced, «No draft constitutional recognition has been presented or promoted, demonstrating that there is no political will to legislate on this issue.»
«The only tangible result of this strategy was the assassination of Camilo Catrillanca and the deepening of intercultural conflict,» he added.
With regard to childhood, the government is said to be «ignoring its campaign commitment by refusing to urgently implement the Child Rights guarantee system bill.»
In the environmental field, the Equality Institute raises that «the government seeks to reinforce the ownership of large companies over resources and approval at any cost of investment projects»
«It is public knowledge that Chile has not fulfilled its nationally determined contributions (NDC) on carbon emission reduction, which it established years ago by the Paris agreement,» he added.
In water, it was noted that «the main announcement has been the reform of the Water Code, which seeks to reinforce the» right acquired «, but» no progress has been made towards securing the human right to water, in the context of the water crisis accentuated by warming Global «.
On the other hand, he argues that «the government’s reaction to the recent ruling of the Supreme Court, which seeks to safeguard the environmental and health rights of the inhabitants of Quintero and Puchuncaví communes, represents a finding of its open favoritism And defending the interests of big business. »
In international politics, the document asserts that «We have gone from being leaders in various global policy fields to a country that is failing and subtracting from important international instruments.»
It was further added that President Piñera’s foreign policy «privileges trade and economic agreements while not knowing those that provide more and better rights.»
It also reproaches «the use of the Venezuelan conflict on the part of the government to obtain internal revenues, without promoting a real understanding between the parties and failing in all its improvised initiatives towards that brother country».
In the field of gender equality, it is regrettable the closure of some of the shelters that provide protection and the delay in dispatching the law on the «Right of women to a life free of violence».