Conventional election, the new mobilized forces that emerged around the Last Database outbreak were elected, together with a consolidation of the left-wing Last Database caucus and the collapse of the center and the right. How has the restorative ethos managed to conquer important social segments and turn around a national Last Database debate that had been marked by demands for change? The Chilean right and its winding relationship with Pinochetism José Antonio Kast is an exponent of the global emergence of the extreme right.
To understand his Last Database candidacy, it is important to realize that this political "family" includes very different exponents. In his latest book on the far right, The Far Right Today (2019), in which Kast is mentioned, Cas Mudde makes a useful Last Database distinction. Unlike the traditional right and center-right, the extreme right is defined by its rejection of the forms of liberal democracy. A part of it, which Mudde calls the "radical right", opposes the liberal Last Database aspects of liberal democracy such as respect for minorities, but recognizes a democratic substratum in its ideology.
A classic example of this Last Database space is expressed in right-wing populisms that, based on a discourse of confrontation between a virtuous people and a corrupt elite, have brought about the formation of illiberal democracies in Last Database various countries. In contrast, the other part of the extreme right, which Mudde calls the "extreme right", opposes the very essence of liberal democracy, despising majority rule and defending non-democratic hierarchies. The most notorious and extreme example of this ideology is fascism. In the Last Database Chilean case, After the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, the Chilean right entered the democratic debate marked by the cleavage that was born from the 1988 plebiscite and that put an end to the military regime.