The first expressions of this demand materialized in Chile with the organization of Last Database brigades that sought to confront the protesters and were characterized by wearing yellow vests. Around the rise of the Chilean Yellow Vests Last Database movement (an indirect reference to its French counterparts), Kast tried to capitalize on his “unapologetic right” positions, even going so far as to call marches against the social uprising. However, this attempt was a Last Database resounding failure, which led the far-right leader to suspend his call to march .
To understand how Kast Last Database managed to expand beyond the 8% Pinochet niche and overcome the Yellow Vests debacle , it would be necessary to understand what happened between 2019 and 2021. In particular, I propose three elements that have fueled his campaign and have Last Database allowed him to get rid of the figure of Pinochet, maintaining the vindication of an authoritarianism in collision with the principles of liberal democracy. That is, three Last Database elements that made it possible for him to move away from some aspects of the extreme right to approach the radical right.
In short, the events that Last Database occurred in that two-year period allowed him, according to Pablo Stefanoni (2021) , to challenge the rebellion and, even more, the indignation, which until then had Last Database been hegemonized by the left. The Rise of Kast The first element was the entry plebiscite for the constituent process. Kast then became a recognized figure for his position in 'rejection'. Opposition to the development of a new Last Database constitutional text obtained 22%, but the campaign that surrounded this position allowed Kast to grow, consolidating an identity that surpassed the 8% that he had obtained in the last presidential elections. In the field of rejection.