One of the points on which the texts sent by three opposition blocs (Frenta Broad, DC and PS-PPD-PR) would have coincided would be to reduce the age to 16 to vote throughout the constituent process – although not to be candidates for the convention. Other proposals that would be providing cross-cutting support within the opposition would be the representation of indigenous peoples, gender parity and compulsory voting. From the Broad Front they raised in particular:- Modify the system of integration of lists to give level playing a level to independent- Gender parity- Indigenous participation- Increase the size of the constitutional convention and that it is integrated by 310 delegates- Compulsory vote throughout the process- Vote from abroad- Participation of the majors 16 years in the electionary stages of the process – Institutionalization of basic social participation. On the other hand «Progressive Convergence» which brings together the PPD, the PS and the PR proposes several similar aspects such as:- Seats reserved for native peoples- Gender parity – The vote of Chileans abroad for choice of constituents – Age to vote in the constituent is reduced to 16 years – Compulsory voting in all electoral events of the process – The integration of independents – A constitutional program – Extending seats to double for greater participation (to 310)- Cabildos and assemblies. Christian Democracy, for its part, had greater differences with the previous blocs, and proposed:- Keeping the convention seats in 155 – Gender parity – Encouraging independents’ access to the convention – Participation of indigenous peoples – The vote of minors from the age of 16 and voting abroadRegarding the obvious differences in various points the d.C. national secretary, David Morales, stated that a joint proposal was not signed with the PPD, PS and the PR because «the situation today changed».