చిలీ

వికీపీడియా నుండి
ఇక్కడికి గెంతు: మార్గసూచీ, వెతుకు
República de Chile
రిపబ్లిక్ ఆఫ్ చిలీ
Flag of చిలీ చిలీ యొక్క చిహ్నం
నినాదం
Por la razón o la fuerza
"By right or might" (in Spanish)[1]
జాతీయగీతం
Himno Nacional de Chile (in Spanish)
చిలీ యొక్క స్థానం
రాజధాని
(మరియు అతిపెద్ద నగరం)
శాంటియాగో1
33°26′S, 70°40′W
అధికార భాషలు స్పానిష్
జాతులు  65% Castizo, 30% White, 5% Amerindian[2]
ప్రజానామము చిలీయన్ (Chilean)
ప్రభుత్వం Representative democracy
 -  President Michelle Bachelet
స్వాతంత్ర్యము స్పెయిన్ నుండి 
 -  మొదటి జాతీయ
ప్రభుత్వం జుంట (Junta)

సెప్టెంబర్ 18, 1810 
 -  Declared February 12, 1818 
 -  Recognized April 25, 1844 
 -  Current constitution
September 11, 1980 
 -  జలాలు (%) 1.07²
జనాభా
 -  June 2009 అంచనా 16,928,873 (60th)
 -  2002 జన గణన 15,116,435 
జీడీపీ (PPP) 2008 అంచనా
 -  మొత్తం $246.482 billion[3] 
 -  తలసరి $14,688[3] (59th)
జీడీపీ (nominal) 2008 అంచనా
 -  మొత్తం $181.464 billion[3] (45st)
 -  తలసరి $10,813[3] (53rd)
Gini? (2006) 54[4] (high
మా.సూ (హెచ్.డి.ఐ) (2006) Increase 0.874 (high) (40th)
కరెన్సీ Peso (CLP)
కాలాంశం n/a (UTC-4)
 -  వేసవి (DST) n/a (UTC-3)
ఇంటర్నెట్ డొమైన్ కోడ్ .cl
కాలింగ్ కోడ్ +56
1 The legislative body operates in Valparaíso.
2 Includes Easter Island and Isla Sala y Gómez; does not include 1,250,000 square kilometres (480,000 sq mi) of territory claimed in Antarctica.

చిలీ (స్పానిష్ భాష : చిలె ), అధికారిక నామం : చిలీ గణతంత్రం(చిలీ రిపబ్లిక్). దక్షిణ అమెరికాలోని ఒక దేశం. చిలీ పసిఫిక్ మహాసముద్రతీరం ప్రక్కన పొడవుగా ఉంటుంది. చిలీ ఉత్తర సరిహద్దులో పెరూ, ఈశాన్యసరిహద్దులో బొలీవియా, తూర్పుసరిహద్దులో అర్జెంటీనా, దక్షిణాగ్రమున డ్రేక్ కనుమ ఉన్నాయి. చిలీ సముద్రతీర పొడవు 6,435 కి.మీ. ఉంది.[5] చిలీ దేశం అసాధారణంగా ఒక రిబ్బన్-ఆకృతిలో ఏర్పడి యున్నది, దీని పొడవు 4,300 కి.మీ. మరియు వెడల్పు 175 కి.మీ.లు గలదు.దేశం తూర్పుదిశలో ఆండెస్ పర్వతశ్రేణి.పశ్చిమదిశలో పసిఫిక్ మహాసముద్రం ఉన్నాయి.చిలీ భూభాగాలలో జుయాన్ ఫెర్నాడెజ్, సలాస్ వై గోమెజ్, డెస్వెంచురాడాస్ మరియు ఈస్టర్ ద్వీపాలు (ఓషియానియా)ఉన్నాయి.దేశంలో 12,50,000 చ.కి.మీ.అంటర్కిటాకా జలభాగం అంతర్భాగంగా ఉంది.మరికొన్ని జలభాగ వివాదాలు కొనసాగుతున్నాయి.

చిలీ ఉత్తర భూభాగంలో ఉన్న అటకామా ఎడారిలో గొప్ప ఖనిజ సంపద (ప్రధానంగా రాగి) ఉంది. చిలీ కేంద్ర ప్రాంతంలో అధికంగా జనసాంధ్రత మరియు వ్యవసాయ వనరులు ఉన్నాయి. చిలీ 19 వ శతాబ్దంలో ఉత్తర మరియు దక్షిణ ప్రాంతాలు విలీనం చేసికొని విస్తరించిన తరువాత కేంద్రప్రాంతం సాంస్కృతిక మరియు రాజకీయ కేంద్రంగా ఉంది. దక్షిణ చిలీ అడవులు మరియు మేత భూములతో సుసంపన్నంగా ఉంది.ఇక్కడ అగ్నిపర్వతాలు మరియు సరస్సులు, సెలయేరులు ఉన్నాయి. దక్షిణ తీరం ఫ్జోర్డ్స్, ప్రవేశద్వారాలు, కాలువలు, మెలితిప్పినట్లుండే ద్వీపకల్పాలు మరియు ద్వీపాలు ఉన్నాయి.

16 వ శతాబ్దంలో స్పెయిన్ స్వాధీనం చేసుకుని కాలనీగా చేసుకున్న ఉత్తర మరియు కేంద్ర చిలీ ప్రాంతంలో ఇంకా పాలన స్థానంలో స్పెయిన్ పాలన కొనసాగింది. అయినప్పటికీ దక్షిణ-మధ్య చిలేలోని స్వతంత్ర అరౌకేనియన్ జయించడంలో స్పెయిన్ విఫలమైంది. 1818 లో స్పెయిన్ నుంచి స్వాతంత్ర్యం ప్రకటించిన తరువాత 1830 లో చిలీ స్థిరమైన నిరంకుశ రిపబ్లిక్‌గా అవతరించింది. 19 వ శతాబ్దంలో చిలీలో మొదలై ఆర్ధిక మరియు భూభాగ అభివృద్ధి 1880 లో అరౌకేనియన్ ప్రతిఘటనతో ముగింపుకు వచ్చింది.చిలీ పసిఫిక్ యుద్ధంలో (1879-83) పెరూ మరియు బొలీవియాలను ఓడించి ప్రస్తుత ఉత్తర భూభాగంగాన్ని విలీనం చేసుకుంది.1960 చివరిలో మరియు 1970 ల ప్రారంభంలో దేశం తీవ్రమైన రైట్ మరియు లెఫ్ట్ వింగ్ రాజకీయ సంక్షోభం ఎదుర్కొంది. ఈ అభివృద్ధి 1973 లో తిరుగుబాటుగా రూపుదిద్దుకుని " సాల్వడార్ అల్లెండే " ప్రభుత్వం పడగొట్టబడి ప్రజాస్వామ్యపద్ధతిలో ఎన్నిక చేబడిన వామపక్ష ప్రభుత్వం స్థాపించబడింది.16 ఏళ్ల సుదీర్ఘ మితవాద సైనిక నియంతృత్వం పాలనలో 3,000 మంది మరణించడం మరియు కనిపించకుండా పోవడం జరిగింది. 1973లో ఆరంభమైన చిలియన్ ఆక్రమణ 1988 లో ఒక ప్రజాభిప్రాయ కోల్పోయిన తరువాత 1990లో తర్వాత " అగస్టో పినోచ్హేత్ " నేతృత్వంలోని పాలన ముగిసింది. 2010 వరకు అధికారంలో ఉన్న సెంటర్ లెఫ్ట్ సంకీర్ణంలో 4 మంది అధ్యక్షులు అధ్యక్షపీఠం అధిరోహించారు.

చిలీ దక్షిణ అమెరికా దేశాలలో అత్యంత స్థిరమైన మరియు సంపన్న దేశాలలో ఒకటి. చిలీ లాటిన్ అమెరికన్ దేశాలలో మానవ అభివృద్ధి పోటీతత్వం తలసరి ఆదాయం, ప్రపంచీకరణ, శాంతి, ఆర్థిక స్వాతంత్ర్యం మరియు తక్కువగా ఉన్న అవినీతి వంటి విషయాలలో ప్రత్యేకత కలిగినదేశంగా ఉంది. స్థిరత్వం మరియు ప్రజాస్వామ్య అభివృద్ధిలో కూడా చిలీ ప్రాధాన్యత కలిగి ఉంది. ప్రస్తుతం చిలీ దక్షిణ అమెరికాలో అతితక్కువ గృహాంతర హత్యలశాతం కలిగి ఉంది. చిలీ యునైటెడ్ నేషన్స్, సౌత్ అమెరికన్ నేషన్స్ యూనియన్ మరియు లాటిన్ అమెరికన్ అండ్ కరేబియన్ స్టేట్స్ సంఘం వ్యవస్థాపక సభ్యదేశంగా ఉంది.

పేరువెనుక చరిత్ర[మార్చు]

చిలీ పదానికి పలు కారణాలు ప్రచారంలో ఉన్నాయి.17వ శతాబ్ధానికి చెందిన స్పెయిన్ చరిత్రకారుడు " డియాగో డీ రొసాలెస్ " [6] ఇంకాలు " అకొంకాక్వా " లోయను చిలి అని పిలిచేవారు.పికంచె గిరిజన జాతి నాయకుడు ఈ ప్రాంతాన్ని " టిలి " అని పేర్కొన్నాడు. టిలీ అనే పదం రూపాంతరం చెంది ఇంకాల చేత చిలీ అని పిలువబడింది " అని వివరించాడు.ఇంకాలు ఈప్రాంతాన్ని 15వ శతాబ్ధంలో పాలించారు.[7][8] ఇతర అధ్యయనాలు పెరూ లోని కాస్మా లోయలో ఉన్న " చిలీ " నగరం పేరును ఇలాగే అకాంక్వా లోయకు వర్తింపజేసారని వివరిస్తున్నాయి.[8]మరికొన్ని అధ్యయనాలు స్థానిక అమెరికన్ల నుండి చిలీ పేరు వచ్చిందని భావిస్తున్నారు. స్థానిక్ అమెరికన్ల భాషలో చిలీ అంటే " భూమి చివరి భాగం " లేక " సీ గుల్స్ " అని అర్ధం.[9] మాపుచే పదం " చిల్లి " అంటే భూమి చివరి భాగం అని అర్ధం.[10] క్యుచుయా భాషలో " చిరి " అంటే " చలి " అని అర్ధం.[11] లేక త్చిలి అంటే " మంచు " అని అర్ధం.[11][12] లేక " భూమి లోతైన కేంద్రం " అని అర్ధం.[13] మరొక కథనం " చిల్లి " చీలె-చీలె " పదానికి కుదింపు అని వివరిస్తుంది.మాపుచే భాషలో చీలె-చీలె అనే పదం " ట్రిలె " పదానికి వర్తిస్తుంది.[10][14] స్పెయిన్‌కు చెందిన అన్వేషకులు పెరూ అనే పేరును ఇంకాల ద్వారా విన్నారు. 1535-36లో " డియెగో డి అల్మాగ్ " మొదటి అన్వేషణ యాత్రలో ప్రాణాలతో బయటపడిన వారు ఈ ప్రాంతాన్ని " మెన్ ఆఫ్ చిల్లి " అని పిలిచారు.[10] అల్మాగ్రో చివరిగా ఈప్రంతానికి " చిలె " అని నిర్ణయించాడు. [8] 1900 వరకు ఈ ప్రాంతాన్ని ఆంగ్లేయులు " చిలీ " అని పిలిచారు.[15]

History[మార్చు]

The Mapuche people were the original inhabitants of southern and central Chile.

Early history[మార్చు]

Stone tool evidence indicates humans sporadically frequented the Monte Verde valley area as long as 18,500 years ago.[16] About 10,000 years ago, migrating Native Americans settled in fertile valleys and coastal areas of what is present-day Chile. Settlement sites from very early human habitation include Monte Verde, Cueva del Milodon and the Pali Aike Crater's lava tube. The Incas briefly extended their empire into what is now northern Chile, but the Mapuche (or Araucanians as they were known by the Spaniards) successfully resisted many attempts by the Inca Empire to subjugate them, despite their lack of state organization.[17] They fought against the Sapa Inca Tupac Yupanqui and his army. The result of the bloody three-day confrontation known as the Battle of the Maule was that the Inca conquest of the territories of Chile ended at the Maule river.[18]

Spanish colonization[మార్చు]

In 1520, while attempting to circumnavigate the globe, Ferdinand Magellan discovered the southern passage now named after him, the Strait of Magellan, thus becoming the first European to set foot on what is now Chile. The next Europeans to reach Chile were Diego de Almagro and his band of Spanish conquistadors, who came from Peru in 1535 seeking gold. The Spanish encountered various cultures that supported themselves principally through slash-and-burn agriculture and hunting.[18]

The conquest of Chile began in earnest in 1540 and was carried out by Pedro de Valdivia, one of Francisco Pizarro's lieutenants, who founded the city of Santiago on 12 February 1541. Although the Spanish did not find the extensive gold and silver they sought, they recognized the agricultural potential of Chile's central valley, and Chile became part of the Spanish Empire.[18]

Picture "The young Lautaro" of Pedro Subercaseaux that show to genius military and hero of the Arauco war after the arrival of the Spanish to Chilean territory.

Conquest took place gradually, and the Europeans suffered repeated setbacks. A massive Mapuche insurrection that began in 1553 resulted in Valdivia's death and the destruction of many of the colony's principal settlements. Subsequent major insurrections took place in 1598 and in 1655. Each time the Mapuche and other native groups revolted, the southern border of the colony was driven northward. The abolition of slavery by the Spanish crown in 1683 was done in recognition that enslaving the Mapuche intensified resistance rather than cowing them into submission. Despite royal prohibitions, relations remained strained from continual colonialist interference.[19]

Cut off to the north by desert, to the south by the Mapuche, to the east by the Andes Mountains, and to the west by the ocean, Chile became one of the most centralized, homogeneous colonies in Spanish America. Serving as a sort of frontier garrison, the colony found itself with the mission of forestalling encroachment by both the Mapuche and Spain's European enemies, especially the British and the Dutch. Buccaneers and English adventurers menaced the colony in addition to the Mapuche, as was shown by Sir Francis Drake's 1578 raid on Valparaíso, the colony's principal port. Chile hosted one of the largest standing armies in the Americas, making it one of the most militarized of the Spanish possessions, as well as a drain on the treasury of the Viceroyalty of Peru.[10]

The first general census was conducted by the government of Agustín de Jáuregui between 1777 and 1778; it indicated that the population consisted of 259,646 inhabitants: 73.5 percent of European descent, 7.9 percent mestizos, 8.6 percent indigenous peoples and 9.8 percent blacks. Francisco Hurtado, Governor of the province of Chiloé, conducted a census in 1784 and found the population consisted of 26,703 inhabitants, 64.4 percent of whom were whites and 33.5 percent of whom were natives.

The Diocese of Concepción conducted a census in areas south of the Maule river in 1812, but did not include the indigenous population or the inhabitants of the province of Chiloé. The population is estimated at 210,567, 86.1 percent of whom were Spanish or of European descent, 10 percent of whom were indigenous and 3.7 percent of whom were mestizos, blacks and mulattos.[20]

Independence and nation building[మార్చు]

Bernardo O'Higgins, the Supreme Director of Chile

In 1808, Napoleon's enthronement of his brother Joseph as the Spanish King precipitated the drive by the colony for independence from Spain. A national junta in the name of Ferdinand – heir to the deposed king – was formed on 18 September 1810. The Government Junta of Chile proclaimed Chile an autonomous republic within the Spanish monarchy (in memory of this day Chile celebrates its National Day on 18 September each year).

After these events, a movement for total independence, under the command of José Miguel Carrera (one of the most renowned patriots) and his two brothers Juan José and Luis Carrera, soon gained a wider following. Spanish attempts to re-impose arbitrary rule during what was called the Reconquista led to a prolonged struggle, including infighting from Bernardo O'Higgins, who challenged Carrera's leadership.

Intermittent warfare continued until 1817. With Carrera in prison in Argentina, O'Higgins and anti-Carrera cohort José de San Martín, hero of the Argentine War of Independence, led an army that crossed the Andes into Chile and defeated the royalists. On 12 February 1818 Chile was proclaimed an independent republic. The political revolt brought little social change, however, and 19th-century Chilean society preserved the essence of the stratified colonial social structure, which was greatly influenced by family politics and the Roman Catholic Church. A strong presidency eventually emerged, but wealthy landowners remained powerful.[18]

Chile slowly started to expand its influence and to establish its borders. By the Tantauco Treaty, the archipelago of Chiloé was incorporated in 1826. The economy began to boom due to the discovery of silver ore in Chañarcillo, and the growing trade of the port of Valparaíso, which led to conflict over maritime supremacy in the Pacific with Peru. At the same time, attempts were made to strengthen sovereignty in southern Chile intensifying penetration into Araucanía and colonizing Llanquihue with German immigrants in 1848. Through the founding of Fort Bulnes by the Schooner Ancud under the command of John Williams Wilson, the Magallanes region joined the country in 1843, while the Antofagasta area, at the time part of, Bolivia, began to fill with people.

Fighting during the War of the Pacific: The Battle of Iquique on 21 May 1879

Toward the end of the 19th century, the government in Santiago consolidated its position in the south by the Occupation of Araucanía. The Boundary treaty of 1881 between Chile and Argentina confirmed Chilean sovereignty over the Strait of Magellan. As a result of the War of the Pacific with Peru and Bolivia (1879–83), Chile expanded its territory northward by almost one-third, eliminating Bolivia's access to the Pacific, and acquired valuable nitrate deposits, the exploitation of which led to an era of national affluence. Chile had joined the stand as one of the high-income countries in South America by 1870.[21]

The 1891 Chilean Civil War brought about a redistribution of power between the President and Congress, and Chile established a parliamentary style democracy. However, the Civil War had also been a contest between those who favored the development of local industries and powerful Chilean banking interests, particularly the House of Edwards who had strong ties to foreign investors. Soon after, the country engaged in a vastly expensive naval arms race with Argentina that nearly led to a war.

20th century[మార్చు]

Chile's Almirante Latorre dreadnought in 1921.

The Chilean economy partially degenerated into a system protecting the interests of a ruling oligarchy. By the 1920s, the emerging middle and working classes were powerful enough to elect a reformist president, Arturo Alessandri, whose program was frustrated by a conservative congress. In the 1920s, Marxist groups with strong popular support arose.[18]

A military coup led by General Luis Altamirano in 1924 set off a period of political instability that lasted until 1932. Of the ten governments that held power in that period, the longest lasting was that of General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo, who briefly held power in 1925 and then again between 1927 and 1931 in what was a de facto dictatorship (although not really comparable in harshness or corruption to the type of military dictatorship that has often bedeviled the rest of Latin America).[22][23]

By relinquishing power to a democratically elected successor, Ibáñez del Campo retained the respect of a large enough segment of the population to remain a viable politician for more than thirty years, in spite of the vague and shifting nature of his ideology. When constitutional rule was restored in 1932, a strong middle-class party, the Radicals, emerged. It became the key force in coalition governments for the next 20 years. During the period of Radical Party dominance (1932–52), the state increased its role in the economy. In 1952, voters returned Ibáñez del Campo to office for another six years. Jorge Alessandri succeeded Ibáñez del Campo in 1958, bringing Chilean conservatism back into power democratically for another term.

The 1964 presidential election of Christian Democrat Eduardo Frei Montalva by an absolute majority initiated a period of major reform. Under the slogan "Revolution in Liberty", the Frei administration embarked on far-reaching social and economic programs, particularly in education, housing, and agrarian reform, including rural unionization of agricultural workers. By 1967, however, Frei encountered increasing opposition from leftists, who charged that his reforms were inadequate, and from conservatives, who found them excessive. At the end of his term, Frei had not fully achieved his party's ambitious goals.[18]

President Salvador Allende

In the 1970 election, Senator Salvador Allende of the Socialist Party of Chile (then part of the "Popular Unity" coalition which included the Communists, Radicals, Social-Democrats, dissident Christian Democrats, the Popular Unitary Action Movement, and the Independent Popular Action),[18] achieved a partial majority in a plurality of votes in a three-way contest, followed by candidates Radomiro Tomic for the Christian Democrat Party and Jorge Alessandri for the Conservative Party. Allende was not elected with an absolute majority, receiving fewer than 35 percent of votes.

The Chilean Congress conducted a runoff vote between the leading candidates, Allende and former president Jorge Alessandri, and, keeping with tradition, chose Allende by a vote of 153 to 35. Frei refused to form an alliance with Alessandri to oppose Allende, on the grounds that the Christian Democrats were a workers' party and could not make common cause with the right wing.[24][25]

An economic depression that began in 1972 was exacerbated by capital flight, plummeting private investment, and withdrawal of bank deposits in response to Allende's socialist program. Production fell and unemployment rose. Allende adopted measures including price freezes, wage increases, and tax reforms, to increase consumer spending and redistribute income downward.[26] Joint public-private public works projects helped reduce unemployment.[27][page needed] Much of the banking sector was nationalized. Many enterprises within the copper, coal, iron, nitrate, and steel industries were expropriated, nationalized, or subjected to state intervention. Industrial output increased sharply and unemployment fell during the Allende administration's first year.[27]

Allende's program included advancement of workers' interests,[27][28] replacing the judicial system with "socialist legality",[29] nationalization of banks and forcing others to bankruptcy,[29] and strengthening "popular militias" known as MIR.[29] Started under former President Frei, the Popular Unity platform also called for nationalization of Chile's major copper mines in the form of a constitutional amendment. The measure was passed unanimously by Congress.

As a result,[30] the Richard Nixon administration organized and inserted secret operatives in Chile, in order to swiftly destabilize Allende’s government.[31] In addition, US financial pressure restricted international economic credit to Chile.[32]

The economic problems were also exacerbated by Allende's public spending which was financed mostly by printing money and poor credit ratings given by commercial banks.[33] Simultaneously, opposition media, politicians, business guilds and other organizations helped to accelerate a campaign of domestic political and economical destabilization, some of which was backed by the United States.[32][34] By early 1973, inflation was out of control. The crippled economy was further battered by prolonged and sometimes simultaneous strikes by physicians, teachers, students, truck owners, copper workers, and the small business class. On 26 May 1973, Chile’s Supreme Court, which was opposed to Allende's government, unanimously denounced the Allende disruption of the legality of the nation. Although illegal under the Chilean constitution, the court supported and strengthened Pinochet's soon-to-be seizure of power.[29][35]

Pinochet era (1973–1990)[మార్చు]

Fighter jets bombing the Presidential Palace (La Moneda) in Santiago during the Chilean coup of 1973
Augusto Pinochet's authoritarian military government ruled Chile between 1973 and 1990.

A military coup overthrew Allende on 11 September 1973. As the armed forces bombarded the presidential palace, Allende apparently committed suicide.[36][page needed][37][page needed] After the coup, Henry Kissinger told U.S. president Richard Nixon that the United States had "helped" the coup.[38]

A military junta, led by General Augusto Pinochet, took control of the country. The first years of the regime were marked by human rights violations. On October 1973, at least 72 people were murdered by the Caravan of Death.[39] According to the Rettig Report and Valech Commission, at least 2,115 were killed,[40] and at least 27,265[41] were tortured (including 88 children younger than 12 years old).[41] In 2011, Chile recognized an additional 9,800 victims, bringing the total number of killed, tortured or imprisoned for political reasons to 40,018.[42] At the national stadium, filled with detainees, one of those tortured and killed was internationally known poet-singer Victor Jara (see "Music and Dance", below). The stadium was renamed for Jara in 2003.

A new Constitution was approved by a controversial plebiscite on 11 September 1980, and General Pinochet became president of the republic for an eight-year term. After Pinochet obtained rule of the country, several hundred committed Chilean revolutionaries joined the Sandinista army in Nicaragua, guerrilla forces in Argentina or training camps in Cuba, Eastern Europe and Northern Africa.[43]

In the late 1980s, largely as a result of events such as the 1982 economic collapse[44] and mass civil resistance in 1983–88, the government gradually permitted greater freedom of assembly, speech, and association, to include trade union and political activity.[45] The government launched market-oriented reforms with Hernán Büchi as Minister of Finance. Chile moved toward a free market economy that saw an increase in domestic and foreign private investment, although the copper industry and other important mineral resources were not opened for competition. In a plebiscite on 5 October 1988, Pinochet was denied a second eight-year term as president (56% against 44%). Chileans elected a new president and the majority of members of a bicameral congress on 14 December 1989. Christian Democrat Patricio Aylwin, the candidate of a coalition of 17 political parties called the Concertación, received an absolute majority of votes (55%).[46] President Aylwin served from 1990 to 1994, in what was considered a transition period.

In December 1993, Christian Democrat Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle, the son of previous president Eduardo Frei Montalva, led the Concertación coalition to victory with an absolute majority of votes (58%).[47]

21st century[మార్చు]

Five presidents of Chile since Transition to democracy (1990–2018), celebrating the Bicentennial of Chile

Frei Ruiz-Tagle was succeeded in 2000 by Socialist Ricardo Lagos, who won the presidency in an unprecedented runoff election against Joaquín Lavín of the rightist Alliance for Chile.[48] In January 2006, Chileans elected their first female president, Michelle Bachelet Jeria, of the Socialist Party, defeating Sebastián Piñera, of the National Renewal party, extending the Concertación governance for another four years.[49][50] In January 2010, Chileans elected Sebastián Piñera as the first rightist President in 20 years, defeating former President Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle of the Concertación, for a four-year term succeeding Bachelet. Due to term limits, Sebastián Piñera did not stand for re-election in 2013, and his term expired in March 2014 resulting in Michelle Bachelet returning to office.

On 27 February 2010, Chile was struck by an 8.8 MW earthquake, the fifth largest ever recorded at the time. More than 500 people died (most from the ensuing tsunami) and over a million people lost their homes. The earthquake was also followed by multiple aftershocks.[51] Initial damage estimates were in the range of US$15–30 billion, around 10 to 15 percent of Chile's real gross domestic product.[52]

Chile achieved global recognition for the successful rescue of 33 trapped miners in 2010. On 5 August 2010 the access tunnel collapsed at the San José copper and gold mine in the Atacama Desert near Copiapó in northern Chile, trapping 33 men 700 metres (2,300 ft) below ground. A rescue effort organized by the Chilean government located the miners 17 days later. All 33 men were brought to the surface two months later on 13 October 2010 over a period of almost 24 hours, an effort that was carried on live television around the world.[53]

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