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Izquierdas

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VALENZUELA, Esteban  y  ORTIZ, Edison. The centralist heritage of the chilean left and the irruption of a regionalist autonomist progressive faction. Izquierdas (Santiago) [online]. 2017, n.33, pp.174-202. ISSN 0718-5049.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-50492017000200174.

The article rescues the reactivation of the regionalist autonomist tradition of a part of the Chilean left that has pushed for a process of decentralization in the most centralist State of South America and of the OECD. It is concluded that this irruption managed to permeate the final report of the Commission for Decentralization in 2014, but whose main initiatives were blocked by the Party of Order, made up of dominant groups on the right and the old Concertación in alliance with economic groups.

However, they had the merit of having put the demand on the agenda, unveiled the portalian nature of the metropolitan left, pushed the election of regional governor and achieved that regional regionalist movements join the socio-political student movements in Favoring a broad political block of transformation that includes the perspective of substantive and popular decentralization as one of the axes of a socialist proposal for Chile. Such a shed was present in the origin of the Chilean left that was later subsumed by the Bonapartist social-democratic visions that only seek to strengthen the central state. In the current government, both leftists debated and differed in the Presidential Advisory Commission for Decentralization.

Palabras clave : Left; centralism; autonomism; decentralization; Presidential Advisory Commission; Chile.

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