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Catholic clergy abuse victim leads drive to shakeup establishment politics in Chile

Reuters Monday, 27 January 2020
A Chilean sexual abuse victim who took on the Catholic Church has announced plans to form a new political party, one of several that has emerged since protests rocked the country late last year.
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