The parliamentarians valued the appointment that was held at the Palacio de Cerro Castillo, and which is recorded just before President Boric's trip to the region of La Araucanía.
The president, Gabriel Boric, together with the< strong>The Minister of the Interior, Carolina Tohá, and the head of the General Secretary of the Presidency, Ana Lya Uriarte, arrived Tuesday afternoon at the Presidential Palace of Cerro Castillo in Viña del Mar to meet with the 15 parliamentarians from the Araucanía region.
The appointment began at around 8:00 p.m. and included the participation of the senator from Evópoli, Felipe Kast; the senator of the Party for Democracy, Jaime Quintana; the Republican deputy, Gloria Naveillán; and deputy Miguel Mellado, from Renovación Nacional.
The purpose of the instance was for the attendees to express their perceptions regarding the situation in that region.
This, as a contribution to the Executive, which seeks to generate transversal work to advance solutions in the area in terms of security, violence and poverty.
After meeting for a little over two hours, the legislators left with positive impressions of the meeting, which took place prior to the first trip that the president plans to make to the area, this Thursday.
The senator Felipe Kast valued the request and pointed out that he had asked the head of state to meet with the victims of violence in the region.
For his part, deputy Miguel Mellado commented that they appealed to work together for the good of the people in that area.
Meanwhile, deputy Ericka Ñanco stated that she would not gender-based violence is also present in the region.
The meeting It occurred in the midst of discussions for a new renewal of the State of Exception in the so-called South Macrozone, which was supported by the Chamber of Deputies and Deputies this Tuesday, and which will have to be evaluated by the Senate Chamber during this day .