1989 Chilean constitutional referendum
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If approved, 54 constitutional reforms were to be implemented, among which the reform of the way that the Constitution itself could be reformed, the restriction of state of emergency dispositions, the affirmation of political pluralism, the strengthening of constitutional rights as well as of the democratic principle and participation to the political life.
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Following the approval of the constitutional amendments, general elections were held in December. Patricio Aylwin was elected President with 55% of the vote, whilst the Concert of Parties for Democracy won a majority of elected seats in both chambers of the National Congress.
Pinochet left office on 11 March 1990, transferring power to the new democratically elected president.
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