• Water and social crisis in Chile.

  • Social movements and indigenous people mobilize both the water commons agenda and the constituent process.

  • Constituent Convention declares water as a common good.

  • Proposed Constitution is rejected by citizenship.

  • Water commons agenda for the 21st century.

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