The former president of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, after her resignation of the Executive Directorate of UN Women, promises to return to her country of birth and, once again, to the presidency.
Bachelet, with a support of 60% of voters, is considered as the ace up the sleeve of the opposition movement to the current government of President Sebastian Pinera, who with 38% of popular backup, attempts to provide support to the candidates of the right.
Also, Bachelet is known for her charisma and is seen by most popular classes as a “maternal” figure. So much that even when she is out of the country, she accounts for 60% of popular support.
Bachelet’s candidacy, according to analysts, will be directed towards the claims of Chilean people in terms of education and social issues after Piñera’s management and its failure of calming the youth and their demands for a free education plan.
Chilean elections will be held on November 17 this year.