Around 10,000 protesters in the Greek-controlled part of Nicosia took to the streets against corruption and nationalism preventing negotiations for the unification of Cyprus, an island long divided between the Greek and Turkish ethnicities. Demonstrators demanded the resignation of the current nationalist president and the development of a plan to bring the north and south of the island together as one.
Around 1000 protesters marched in Lleida for a second day to the prison where Pablo Hasel resides, a communist Catalan rapper facing charges for denouncing the Spanish monarchy. Following the arrival of police forces on the scene, clashes began to occur with barricades placed and rocks being thrown.
Hundreds of protesters marched in the Plaza Brasil of Santiago demanding the release of political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising. Barricades were also placed in Puente Alto to shut down roads. Later in the day, a bikers’ march occurred demanding the resignation of Chilean President Sebastian Piñera and amnesty for all political prisoners.