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Revision as of 09:04, 29 June 2019

Michelle Bachelet
Michelle Bachelet.jpg
President of Chile
From: March 11, 2014 – March 11, 2018
Predecessor Sebastián Piñera
Successor Sebastián Piñera
President of Chile
From: March 11, 2006 – March 11, 2010
Predecessor Ricardo Lagos
Successor Sebastián Piñera
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
From: 1 September 2018
Predecessor Zeid Raad Al Hussein
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Executive Director of UN Women
From: 14 September 2010 – 15 March 2013
Predecessor Position established
Successor Lakshmi Puri
President pro tempore of the Union of South American Nations
From: 23 May 2008 – 10 August 2009
Predecessor Position established
Successor Rafael Correa
Minister for National Defense of Chile
From: 7 January 2002 – 1 October 2004
Predecessor Mario Fernández Baeza
Successor Jaime Ravinet
Minister for Health of Chile
From: 11 March 2000 – 7 January 2002
Predecessor Álex Figueroa
Successor Osvaldo Artaza
Information
Party Socialist Party
Religion Agnostic

Michelle Bachelet (born September 29, 1951) was a Socialist president of Chile. She ruled her country from 2006 to 2010 and again from 2014 to 2018.[1] She is a member of Socialist Party of Chile. Bachelet is the first director of United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. (UN Women) Bachelet is an agnostic.[2] In August 2018, the United Nations Human Rights Council chose Bachelet to lead the agency.[3]

Her father Alberto Bachelet was a supporter of Marxist dictator Salvador Allende.

Second Government

Abortion

Bachelet strongly supports abortion[4] and she promoted and signed the "abortion in 3 cases" law which reintroduced abortion into Chilean legislation.[5]

Immigration

During her second government, a pro-immigrant policy was applied. The immigrant population went from 1% to 6.1%[6] with certain communities reaching historic numbers in the population such as Haitians, Venezuelans, Colombians and Ecuadorians, changing the demographics of Chile drastically. A lot are illegally since they entered with tourism visa and remained in the country after it expired.[7] The former minister of foreign affairs, Heraldo Muñoz, admited that the government knew about the Haitian immigrant traffic and that they only notified the Haitian Government about it.[8]

Bachelet also gave the chilean nationality to the children of the illegal immigrants, disrespecting the laws of Chile.[9]

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