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President Boric will reflect on the 50th anniversary of the Chilean coup at the site of the assassination of two Institute for Policy Studies colleagues in 1976.
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El Institute for Policy Studies, la Oficina en Washington para Asuntos Latinoamericanos, el Grupo de Trabajo sobre América Latina, Pax Christi Internacional, el Centro de Investigación Económica y Política, y el Diálogo Interamericano, con el patrocinio de la Embajada de Chile en Washington D.C., invitan a conmemoran el 50 aniversario del golpe de Estado en Chile en en 1973 y el asesinato de Orlando Letelier y Ronni Karpen Moffitt
El Presidente de Chile, Gabriel Boric, pronunciará un discurso como parte de la conmemoración.
Join the Institute for Policy Studies, the Washington Office On Latin America, Latin America Working Group, Pax Christi International, the Center for Economic and Policy Research, and the Inter-American Dialogue, with the Sponsorship of the Chilean Embassy in D.C., to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the 1973 Chilean Coup and the Assassination of Orlando Letelier and Ronni Karpen Moffitt.
Chilean President Gabriel Boric will deliver a speech as part of the commemoration.
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