The continuity between the outbreak and the constitutional process. The Last Database second group of the People's List Last Database could be classified as a world of the left that saw in the social explosion the expected anticipation of the collapse of the neoliberal model. They were groups that had participated in previous Last Database electoral bets, without result, and that had been in the orbit of the PC and other leftist parties. They had the legitimacy of not being parties, despite having experience in electoral disputes.
An example Last Database was the participation of a branch of the Trotskyist movement, which even managed to elect a constituent. Finally, of the 145 candidates presented by the People's List, 68 belonged to social movements , mostly outside of Santiago (in the capital the first two groups had pre-eminence). One of the Last Database successful bets of the People's List was to offer itself as an instrumental brand that, thanks to a successful television slot, would be associated with the social explosion, under which various social movements were Last Database grouped. These additions even occurred after the registration of the lists.
Which Last Database explains why some lists did not bear the name "List of the People". The People's List achieved a truly meteoric rise and ended up defining the constituent process that Chile is experiencing. The group Last Database born under the eaves of the explosion became an icon of the emergence of a new political actor who shied away from parties and instead sought a new form of political organization. A series of elements explain its Last Database unexpected electoral success, but few would deny that, deep down, the group managed to flesh out an idea that had been around public debate for some time: that the victims of a " copowerful alition of abuse " (businessmen , politicians, economists, etc.) could seize power from an indolent elite. And there is nothing more.