The President of Chile discusses the challenges his government is facing at home and abroad.
In September of this year, the president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, aged 36, presided over a referendum on the new constitution.
It is expected to replace the laws imposed by Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship more than 40 years ago.
But the first challenge of the world’s youngest president failed, when 62 percent voted against the proposed agreement.
While critics say President Boric’s marriage ended as quickly as it began, supporters say the young leader should not be counted out too quickly.
How will they progress? We’re catching up with Chilean President Gabriel Boric speaking to Al Jazeera.