Is the constitution a house? How is its architecture?
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On Sunday, November 10, 2019, twenty-four days after the social outbreak began in Chile - and after a meeting at the President's house - the Prime Minister declared that "the constitution is the most important law, it is everyone's house and It has to be ratified by the citizens so that it can be the new body, the new house that shelters us for the next few years." The fact that the second government authority has used an architectural analogy to explain the meaning of a constitution allows us to think about the architecture of this new constitution. What are the foundations of such "everyone's house"? How big should it be? Do we need a new house or just a remodel? In short, how is its architecture? With those questions, we open the debate of this issue of ARQ on Laws.
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