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Chile to postpone referendum on new constitution as coronavirus concerns grow

Reuters Thursday, 19 March 2020
Chilean lawmakers said on Thursday they had reached agreement to postpone until late October a much-anticipated referendum on a new constitution as safety concerns around the coronavirus outbreak take precedence over politics.
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