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Legislation increased protection for the police. Impunity persisted for human rights violations committed during protests in 2019. A plan for the search for forcibly disappeared people was presented. Refugees and migrants were still subject to discriminatory measures and faced obstacles to international protection. Violations of the rights of LGBTI people, Indigenous Peoples and women continued. Chile’s position on new mining projects was inconsistent.

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