Sebastián Piñera

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Sebastián Piñera
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President of Chile
From: March 11, 2018 – present
Predecessor Michelle Bachelet
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
President of Chile
From: March 11, 2010 – March 11, 2014
Predecessor Michelle Bachelet
Successor Michelle Bachelet
President pro tempore of the Forum for the Progress and Development of South America
From: 22 March 2019
Predecessor Position established
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
President pro tempore of the Pacific Alliance
From: 5 March 2012 – 22 May 2013
Predecessor Position established
Successor Enrique Peña Nieto
Leader of National Renewal
From: 26 May 2001 – 10 March 2004
Predecessor Alberto Cardemil
Successor Sergio Díez
Senator for Eastern Santiago
From: 11 March 1990 – 11 March 1998
Predecessor Position established
Successor Carlos Bombal
Information
Party Independent (since 2010)

National Renewal (1989–2010)

Religion Catholic

Sebastián Piñera (born December 1, 1949) is a Chilean politician and businessman who currently serving as President. He previously served from March 11, 2010,[1] to March 11, 2014, and then again starting on March 11, 2018.

Some observers have compared Piñera to U.S. President Donald Trump.[2] On the other hand, Piñera has sided with the Left on certain issues, such as discussing with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about "gender" policies and how to advance the homosexual agenda.[3] Pinera supports Chile's abortion laws, which outlaw the practice in all circumstances. In 2013,he praised as "brave and mature" a pregnant 11-year-old rape victim who said she was happy to have the child.[1] In 2018, Piñera promised to oppose efforts to expand abortion in the country, saying he will do “everything that is necessary to defend life.”.[2]

He studied economy in the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and in Harvard.

Second Government

Piñera leads the center-right coalition called Chile Vamos. He advocated the homosexual agenda by supporting Gender Identity laws,[4][5][3] a "deep cultural change",[6] increase the number of ministries,[7] a "gender equality" agenda,[8][9] the legalization of 300.000 illegal immigrants,[10] the increase of digital taxes,[11] and maintain the 27% of corporate taxes.[12]

He also promoted the "Safe Classroom" law which regulates the expulsion of violent students from public schools,[13] a law which privileges the meritocracy in the admission to Chilean Schools[14] and he refused to sign the UN Global Migration Pact[15] however he signed the UN Refugee Pact.[16]

In his first year of government, around 200,000 immigrants entered Chile, with a total of 1,251,225 new immigrants since 2014.[17] Piñera continued an open border policy similar to what his predecessor did, but under Piñera, it was a bit more regulated and the main new immigrants were Venezuelans instead of Haitians.

The 2019 Chilean State of Emergency occurred during Piñera's presidency.

See also

References

  1. Chile shifts right as billionaire wins presidency NewsDaily
  2. Arostegui, Martin (April 16, 2018). ‘Chile’s Donald Trump’ reverses liberal predecessor’s agenda in bid make country great again. The Washington Times. Retrieved April 16, 2018.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Piñera destacó anuncios en agenda de género en diálogo con Primer Ministro de Canadá (es). T13 (25 May 2018).
  4. Chile enacts landmark gender identity law. Santiago Times (November 29, 2018).
  5. Piñera defiende Ley de Identidad de Género tras asistir al Tedeum Evangélico (es). Emol (September 16, 2018).
  6. Agenda de género: el largo etcétera de la cuenta pública de Sebastián Piñera (es). El Mostrador (2 June 2019).
  7. El nuevo Ministerio de Ciudad, Vivienda y Territorio anunciado por Sebastián Piñera (es). RockAndPop (3 June 2019).
  8. #TodosPorTodas: Presidente Piñera anuncia Agenda de Equidad de Género (es). Gobierno de Chile (23 May 2018).
  9. Revisa los 12 puntos de la Agenda de Equidad de Género presentada por el Gobierno (es). T13 (23 May 2019).
  10. Piñera anuncia en Chile la regularización gradual de 300.000 inmigrantes (es). El País (9 April 2019).
  11. Piñera confirma impuesto a plataformas digitales como Netflix, Uber y Spotify (es). T13 (21 August 2018).
  12. Piñera decide mantener tasa de impuesto a empresas en 27% por "dificultades heredadas" (es). Economía y Negocios (1 June 2018).
  13. Gobierno envía al Congreso Proyecto de Ley "Aula Segura" (es). Gobierno de Chile (20 September 2018).
  14. Nacional Ministra Cubillos defiende proyecto de Admisión Justa y señala que el actual sistema "es ciego y solo ve el rut del niño" (es). La Tercera (Febrary 7 2019).
  15. Presidente explicó nuevamente por qué Chile no suscribió el Pacto Migratorio de la ONU (es). Cooperativa (15 December 2018).
  16. ONU adopta Pacto Mundial sobre Refugiados con el apoyo de Chile y el rechazo de EE.UU. (es). Emol (17 December 2018).
  17. Inmigrantes en Chile llegan a 1.251.225 personas y venezolanos superan a peruanos por primera vez (es). T13 (14 Febrary 2019).

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