Kast said he has no partnerships or investments abroad.

The leader of Republicans and presidential candidate, José Antonio Kast, addressed this day some of the aspects of Monday’s television debate and came to the step of his position on the permanence of Chile in the UN Human Rights Council and the questions it suffered for investments in Panama. I don’t have any overseas company, I don’t have any investment abroad (…) He (Boric) shows this document, makes incorrect claims, because it places me as if he was the richest man in the world above the people who have investments throughout Chile. That is not the case and I reiterate: I have no shares, society, or investments abroad and it has been clarified in each of my declarations of interests,” said Kast, after he was summoned by the candidate of Apruebo Dignidad, Gabriel Boric, to clarify the issue. Regarding his position on Chile and the UN, the former deputy said that “what we propose in our program is that as long as Cuba and Venezuela are in the Human Rights Council, it is not appropriate for us to participate in that instance. We have never indicated that we want to withdraw from the UN.” In addition, the candidate said that the parliamentarians are politically using an eventual constitutional accusation against President Sebastián Piñera, following the sale of the Dominga mining company.

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