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Chile (AP) Center-left candidate Michelle Bachelet and her conservative rival Evelyn Matthei have squared off in a presidential debate ahead of Chile's election next week. Bachelet and Matthei were childhood friends, but found themselves on opposite
The Chilean government on Monday rejected allegations of irregularity in Nov. 17 general elections, which involved the possible fraudulent registration of supporters for two independent candidates who had lost. "We don't question the election,
Campaigning wound down in Chile while election fever heated up in Honduras, where voters will cast ballots in Nov. 24 general elections. Michelle Bachelet, a moderate Socialist who was Chile's first female president from 2006 to 2010, beat nine
November 18, 2013 Former President Michelle Bachelet , a socialist who is favored to win a runoff election in December against a conservative candidate, Evelyn Matthei, was unable to elect enough lawmakers from her coalition to pass sweeping
Caivano / AP Michelle Bachelet, the former president of Chile from 2006 to 2010, is well on her way to an encore, winning 46.6 percent of the vote in Sunday's presidential election. While Bachelet won nearly twice as many votes as her closest rival,
Leftist candidate Michelle Bachelet was the clear winner in Chile 's presidential election on Sunday, although she will have to wait until a second-round runoff next month to seal her victory. With nine candidates running, the vote was fractured and
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Chile Michelle Bachelet, who was president of Chile from 2006 to 2010, was widely expected to regain the office in the general election on Sunday, after campaigning on promises of major changes in education, health, social security and taxes...
THE SOCIALIST MICHELLE BACHELET IS THE CLEAR FAVORITE IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN CHILE. NEARLY 13.6 MILLION ELIGIBLE VOTERS IN NINE APPLICANTS MAY DETERMINE THE SUCCESSOR OF CONSERVATIVE LEADERS SEBASTIAN PINERA. If no candidate
Chile Chileans are preparing to return Michelle Bachelet to the presidency, hoping she can fulfill promises to reform a dictatorship-era system they blame for keeping the working classes poor and indebted to the privileged few. Chile is the world's