Envergando um boné de beisebol, tênis e uma camisa sem enfiar na cintura, Giorgio Jackson não joga pelas velhas regras do Congresso do Chile, cujos corredores são agitados por homens de ternos escuros e grisalhos - a maioria pelo menos com o dobro de sua idade.
The economic team of Chile’s president Michelle Bachelet resigned on Thursday in a major blow for the ruling centre-left coalition ahead of presidential elections in November. The walkout by finance minister Rodrigo Valdés, his deputy Alejandro Micco and economy minister Luis Carlos Cespedes caused the peso to strengthen on investor hopes that the centre-right opposition candidate Sebastián Piñera, who is leading in the polls, was now more likely to win the elections.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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