Chilean elites not only differ in terms of income, but also have different educational and health systems. But what this plebiscite confirmed is Iceland Phone Number List that, in addition, they have barricaded themselves in the foothills of Santiago and built their own physical and geographic isolation from the rest of Chilean society. Finally, in an effort to reduce Iceland Phone Number List the levels of conflict, some have confused the (re)politicization of citizenship with polarization.
One of the most famous television series in the country, called Los 80 , portrays the life of a middle-class family during the dictatorship. In the middle of a discussion about the political situation in the country during dinner, the patriarch of the family hits the Iceland Phone Number List table and pronounces: « When the broom is left, people like us are the ones who pay the price. Those at the top, the generals, the politicians, they never lose. Either they Iceland Phone Number List stay with the power or they are the first ones out of the gate. And people like us are the ones who stay, the ones who have to keep working to Iceland Phone Number List keep living. That's how things are and will always be like that." This dialogue was probably repeated in many Chilean homes during the dictatorship and remained a common phrase during the transition years.
This phrase also represents the triumph of the unionist doctrine imposed by the dictatorship, which consisted of a depoliticization of citizenship Iceland Phone Number List and a discrediting of the work of political parties. Despite the fact that the return of democracy mobilized unsuspected numbers of people, this quickly gave way to an Iceland Phone Number List accommodation between representatives that kept at bay the citizen's intentions to participate in coexistence with apparent stability. Kathya Araujo's book Inhabiting the Social. Uses and abuses in daily life in Chile today (2009), as well as one of his most recent articles, are essential to understand how the relationship is configured in Chile between individuals, norms and political actors.