*Brazil and Chile* by Frances Hagopian

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7). Brazil does not preserve civil rights in their democracy, but are stronger when it comes to representation and accountability. The political representation are more organized in thought and are capable of establishing a fluid response for gaining means in their goals...
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However, Chile has so many organizations and representations that their goals become hard to solidify. This causes for decline in responsiveness and accountability in part of the governance. The result is a delayed and unorganized response, whereas Brazil’s government knows their goal and making a quick response...
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