The country cannot continue to be a victim of the lobby of those who promote initiatives for their benefit over the damage of Chileans and against the public interest. Chile needs a legal framework that prioritizes security and equity in access to the vital element for the stability of drinking water, sanitation, food security and local productive development that ensures the well-being of the population and local and regional economies. The lucrative agribusiness and mining business cannot continue to put the country in greater water vulnerability, but to adjust, adapting to climate change.
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