The New York Times

In an article written by Ernesto Londoño, Pascale Bonnefoy, and Daniel Politi for The New York Times, on December 18, managing director of Cefeidas Group, Juan Cruz Díaz was quoted on the outcome of the recent election in Chile.

Juan Cruz Díaz, a political analyst who runs the Cefeidas consultancy group in Buenos Aires, said voters had gravitated toward the right largely to reject the leadership style of politicians who fell out of favor.

“Voters are rejecting governments that were in power for a long time and became associated with corruption and certain authoritarian attitudes that became their way of exercising power,” he said.

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