Why Chile’s Travel Advisory Vote 28: A Good Day to Visit the South
Chile’s travel advisory vote on Friday 28 February will help to determine whether the country’s new tourism-friendly laws are the right way to go.
Here’s what you need to know about the vote, and what you can do to help make sure Chile’s tourism industry is thriving.
What is the tourism advisory vote?
The tourism advisory is a referendum on the government’s proposed changes to the countrys travel laws.
This referendum will decide whether Chileans want the new rules to be changed to give more autonomy to the tourism industry, or if they want to keep the same restrictions.
This is a vote for or against the proposed changes.
Who is voting?
The Chilean Association of Travel Agents (AATAB) is the largest trade association representing Chile’s commercial and leisure sectors.
It represents about 2,000 travel agents, hoteliers, operators, hotel operators, restaurants, tour operators, and more.
Chile has the highest number of travel agents in the world, and this is partly due to its relative proximity to Europe.
Chile also has a high number of tourist resorts, and is considered a key tourism destination.
The AATAB is also a key partner for Chile’s government and has lobbied against the changes.
The vote will take place in Santiago on Thursday, February 21, and it will be followed by a debate in the National Assembly.
This referendum is not the only one Chileans will have to take into account.
The Chamber of Deputies is also voting on the tourism-related changes.
This will be the third time the Chamber of Representatives has passed a travel advisory, and all three times the Chamber has backed the changes in full.
In each case, the Chamber’s vote was overturned by the Senate.
The last time this happened was in 2016.
What are the other changes?
The new rules will make it easier for travelers to book a hotel, and they will also make it harder for people to book vacation rentals and to make sure their accommodation is suitable for their holiday plans.
Chile’s new rules mean that hoteliers will have more control over how long their properties stay open, and that they will be allowed to refuse to book new rooms on short notice.
There will also be changes to how businesses will be regulated.
The new rules also make sure that tourists are able to buy food in supermarkets and other stores.
How to vote?
In addition to the referendum, Chileans are also going to be voting on other issues.
The main ballot will take about an hour and will ask whether they want Chile to remain a member of the European Union (EU), and whether they would like the country to be allowed access to the single market.
The EU will decide if Chile is part of it.
The country will also decide if it will join the European Central Bank (ECB).
The Chamber will vote on whether Chile should join the OECD, the World Bank, the United Nations, and other organizations.
The votes are being held at the Chamber.
If Chile does join the EU, it will become one of its biggest trading partners.
What else are voting on?
The Chamber of deputies will vote for the final version of the new regulations.
The government has said that the final vote will be on the revised rules, but the Chamber says that they’re not expected to come before parliament until May 15.
The changes also include an exemption for tourism agencies that want to set up offices in the European capital, Brussels.
What to do if you live in Chile?
If you live on or near the Chilean border, you should check with your local Chilean consulate and ask if you can visit your city.
You should also contact your local Chamber of Commerce to make an appointment with a local agent to make your reservation.
If you’re not sure where you can go, here are a few things you should know about Chile:You can find the official Chilean travel advisory here.
This advisory gives a snapshot of Chile and is based on information from Chile’s Department of Tourism.