Chile, la alegría ya viene
In 1973 Augusto Pinochet became the dictator of Chile after a coup d’état (financed by the US), which overthrew the government of Salvador Allende. He shut down parliament, suffocated political life, and made Chile his sultanate. His government “disappeared” 3,000 opponents, arrested 30,000 (torturing thousands of them). Confronted with increasing opposition, notably at the international level, Pinochet legalized political parties in 1987 and called for a plebiscite to determine whether or not he would remain in power until 1997.
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