If on the approval side ideological and C Level Executive List social heterogeneity abounded, along with potential spokespersons, on the rejection side a homogeneous discourse was formed with a clear spokesperson, in the hands of Kast. The C Level Executive List's second important element to understanding the emergence of Kast is marked by the disputes that have arisen around the Constitutional Convention. Kast's center-right and far-right were united in a single list C Level Executive List of candidates and did very poorly, winning less than a quarter of the seats (in Parliament they had just under half).
In this way, a Convention ended up with C Level Executive List clear majorities for the progressive sectors and, in particular, for new political forces that emerged from the social explosion raising the flags of feminism, indigenism, and a strong anti-elite discourse. Shortly after, the Constitutional Convention began to decrease its levels of support, especially C Level Executive List among right-wing voters, who viewed with suspicion a kind of conclave of activists for progressive causes. In short, if for activists to stop mobilizing, even from the spheres of power, was a betrayal, for right-wing C Level Executive List voters and, in general, those who valued order, an endless mobilization was a nightmare.
Among right-wing voters, a position of C Level Executive List antagonism towards the Constitutional Convention was gaining strength. Among those who identify with the right, 68% perceive that citizens are little or not included in the constitutional process (compared to only 13% among those who identify with the left). This explains the existence C Level Executive List of a "repentant voter" shown by the polls in the form of a progressive decline among those who claim to have voted "I approve" and that probably reflects right-wing voters who supported this option. In addition, the same polls C Level Executive List show that Kast managed to seduce almost all the voters of the rejection and some of the approval