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Chile’s coup: the perspective of forty years | openDemocracy

Politics, Parties and Elections in Chile Feb 13, alrssandri In Italy, analysis of the coup by the Communist Party and its intellectual leader Enrico Berlinguer led to the “historic compromise” by which the Italian CP joined the government for the first time for many years. What is very rare, however, is that this support persists over a long period of time and persists even after the return to a democratic regime.

The clash between government and opposition in exile became one of moral absolutes. It contributed to the polarisation of Chile into two camps – and helped to sustain a polarisation of Chilean politics that persisted well into the period after the return to democracy. Politics and the Labour Movement in Chile R.

Finding libraries that hold this item The only two new, successful and innovative political parties in Latin America are the UDI and the Workers’ Party PT in Brazil – one born in support of a military regime and one in opposition to it.

The name field is required. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Df Pinochet regime was unusual in many ways. Legacy, memory, future This then is the legacy of the coup – it created two opposed worlds, in one of which the coup was the symbol of the salvation of Chile, and in the other, the tragedy of Chile.

Chile de Alessandri a Pinochet

And those who opposed the military government were not only wrong but were seen as allies of international conspiracy against Chile and hence traitors to the country. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. View all subjects More like this Similar Items. You may have already requested this item.


Remember me on this computer. That dichotomy created a division that split Chilean society almost into two halves.

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From Pinochet to Bachelet Lynne Rienner, The government had lost control of its own supporters. The fact that the Catholic church through the Vicariate of Solidarity incidentally an institution without parallel in any other authoritarian regime supported the human-rights cause reinforced the opposition in choosing this issue with which to confront the government.

The Cuban revolution had become chlie the world in general a symbol of resistance to imperialist oppression.

Alan Angell, a distinguished scholar of Chile, reflects on the legacy of the coup and the alessqndri for its enduring impact. The repressive side of the Cuban revolution was ignored.

Transformation Where love meets social justice. This is the first reason for the continuing impact of the coup. There was increasing social conflict in both town and countryside. At the level of international perception, the Cuban revolution now had its mirror image in the Chilean coup.

A third factor keeping the coup alive in the international spotlight was the activities of the Chilean exile community. Staatliche Einflussnahme — Regierung — Chile. Indeed it can angelk argued – as I have in a chapter of a forthcoming book – that the Chilean government along with South Africa has gone further in clarifying the past and in seeking justice for abuses than any other government.

This article was first published in El Mercurio Santiago on 24 Augustand is published with kind permission. Widespread international condemnation of Chile forced the military regime into a more defensive and hardline posture than might have been otherwise the case.


Alan Angell, Democracy chil Pinochet: Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Facing up to the past and trying to seek understanding, justice and reconciliation is infinitely more alewsandri but profoundly important for establishing a just and democratic order.

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Please try your request again later. Please enter the message. It was not expected in a country which had an enviable record of constitutional government. You already recently rated this item. Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. It is true that Pinochet had not wanted the plebiscite in the first place, that the way it was organised had more to do with the ruling of the constitutional tribunal than the intentions of the regime, and that strong pressure to accept the result came from the other members of the junta.

What was ignored in the reaction to the coup was the fact – unpalatable as it may have been – that it had widespread support, even amongst sectors of the poor. The clash of absolutes It is difficult to exaggerate the impact of the Chilean coup on the political consciousness of a wide variety of countries. Like many observers it took me by surprise – I thought that, difficult though the situation was in Chile, somehow a compromise would be worked out, probably with a referendum and with the Unidad Popular Popular Unity government forced to moderate its radical policies.

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