Protesters in Belarus organized a march in Minsk that held an attendance of more than 100,000 people to precede other demonstrations later in the day. The march was held between 10 A.M. and 3 P.M., moving like water so that the police could not capture protesters. Few arrests were recorded during the march, and secret police were repulsed.
Thousands of farmers continued to gather at Ica, burning barricades in the Panamerican highway and effectively shutting down most travel in Peru. The cities of Parcona, San José de Los Molinos District, Santiago, Tate, and Pachacútec all had their access roads blocked, and Lima remained shut off from the rest of the country. Workers from the province of Pisco also went on strike, joining the Panamerican blockade in Ica.