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Chilean Election Ends Latin American Era Of Female Leaders


In March, when Chile's President Michelle Bachelet leaves office, it will mark the end of a generation of women leaders in Latin America, leaving the region without a female leader as it shifts politically to the right. In Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica and Chile, women held the top jobs of their nations at the start of this decade. However, on Sunday, conservative Sebastian Pinera's victory in the second round of Chile's presidential election brought that period to a close.

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