The tiny island in the Pacific has been ruled by Chile since 1888 but Annette Rapu Zamora hopes a seat in parliament will be a step towards revising the relationship

On the tiny Pacific outpost of Easter Island, the giant stone heads representing ancient ancestors face inland towards the island’s rolling green hills and volcanoes.

And ahead of general elections in Chile – which has ruled the island since 1888 – this unique place is once again looking inwards as it tries to wrest back power from the mainland.

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