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Chapter II - Annual Report 2002
57. On May 3, 2002, World Press Freedom Day, the government of Chile announced that it would present a bill to the House of Deputies to repeal the desacato laws and to decriminalize defamation. Also in May 2002, Deputy Victor Barrueto, a member of the House of Deputies, introduced Bill 2929-07, legislation that would eliminate Chile's remaining desacato laws. In September 2002, President Ricardo Lagos introduced Presidential Bill 212-347, which, like Bill 2929-07, would eliminate all remaining desacato provisions from Chilean law.
'' We find urgent that are studied, for example, ideas like the State finances the risk capital of new companies in regions '', the deputy Victor Barrueto said who interviewed with the regional director of Corfo, Iván Sierrealta and the subdirector, Omar Hernández, to know the state of the project.