Let me make it clear more about the difficulties

Querbach and Ardnt (2017) have actually identified, since 2017, some areas for increasing regulatory governance systems within the nations regarding the area into the document Regulatory Policy in Latin America: an analysis of this situation11 that is current. In specific, with this document i’ve identified the next challenges that are still pending

Brazil could broaden the scope of regulatory policy because it presently focuses on separate regulatory bodies12 (p. 39).

Chile could consolidate, improve and accept an explicit policy of regulatory improvement and help its execution by developing a supervisory human body to conduct it (p. 43). In line with the OECD document “Regulatory Policy Outlook 2018”13, Chile introduced via Presidential instruction 002 of 2016 the responsibility to hold out of the RIA in rules, emphasizing an analysis of effect on efficiency.