Can 155 citizens come up with a new constitution to fix the most unequal country in Latin America?

Since it was elected, Chile´s constitutional assembly has drawn attention across Latin America both for its political, racial, and cultural diversity — and for the uncertainty surrounding it. Conservatives worry it won’t be able to generate a balanced bill of rights in a country where the voice of those who had felt marginalized has grown louder. The composition of the assembly is undoubtedly a game-changer for politics in Chile, with 155 members who on balance reflects Chileans´ strong rejection of the established political class.