The United Nations System in Chile on Monday recognized the success of mega-commissions in the country over the weekend, a process in which delegates were elected to draft a new Constitution, as well as mayoralties, municipal councils and regional governments.» Through this act, of historical importance, citizens have once again expressed their willingness to build a common future. The civic spirit demonstrated by those who came to vote reaffirms Chile’s commitment to a strong and inclusive democracy,» the international organization said in a public statement. Carried out in the midst of the health crisis and with an emphasis on preventive measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which to date has led to the deaths of more than 27,000 people in the country, the electoral process had a 43% share of the standard and developed, according to the United Nations, «in a framework of citizen civics». The international agency congratulated candidates for «contributing to the construction of a better country.» It also wished «the greatest success to those who were elected and elected.» Similarly, the United Nations highlighted the fact that, «for the first time in history in a constituent process there will be gender parity,» forming a constitutional convention balanced by both men and women within the 155 seats available. Indigenous peoples were also included in what is loathing as the most important political milestone of the last 30 years, where they were assigned 17 exclusive seats to lead their positions to the drafting of a new Fundamental Charter for the country.» The new stage of the constitutional process that these elections formally open will be an opportunity to reaffirm the commitments made by the State of Chile on human rights and to accelerate achievements towards sustainable and inclusive development,» said the United Nations. , to continue to accompany these efforts.» From the moment the debate begins within the constituent assembly, space will have one year to draft a new Magna Carta to replace the current one, imposed during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990) and considered by many to be the origin of the inequalities affecting the country.