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The Mapuche people represent 86 percent of the Indigenous people's electoral roll.
Chile's Electoral Service (SERVEL) informed that over 1 million Indigenous people are eligible to cast their vote in the April 11 elections to decide local authorities and members of the Constituent Convention.
The electoral body confirmed that 1,239,295 Indigenous people are qualified to elect 17 representatives from 10 Indigenous communities that were recognized to participate in the drafting of the new Constitution.
The Mapuche Indigenous community represents 86 percent of the Indigenous people's electoral roll, followed by the Aymara, Diaguita, Atacameño, Collas, Quechua, Rapanui, Changos, Kawashkar, and Yaganes communities.
The Metropolitan, La Araucania, and Los Lagos regions are the departments with the highest number of Indigenous people voters.
Chile, TúInfluyes poll:
CV (liberal to conservative): 11% (-2) UC (centre-left to centre): 9% (-1) FA (left): 8% (+2) UpeC (left to green): 8% (+2) ...