Marcelo Mella

Well, you see, for the 1988 plebiscite, I was living in Pichilemu. I was in my first year of university, but I still had my residence in Pichilemu. That’s in the sixth region, the O’Higgins region. During my final years of high school, which I studied at the local high school, we had been very actively involved in politicalcultural organizations that started with the visit of the Pope. Across Chile, work was carried out under the auspices of the Catholic Church, which allowed many of us young people in high school to have contact not only with the Pope and Catholic Church leaders, but also with many renowned political figures. I