Artisanal fishers across Chile took to the streets to demand state aid and subsidization for their sector of work, made up of mostly indigenous families whose minimum wage stands at around $389 USD. Demonstrators burned tires and blocked roads, causing as much disruption as possible to force a concession of their demands.
Dozens of protesters were arrested at the office of the ruling New Democracy Party in Moschato, Athens, demonstrating in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the leftist urban guerilla 17 November who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison, where he will be able to see visitors again.
Anarchists in Patras hung 2 banners in a southern park and the pedestrian street of Gerokostopoulo in solidarity with inmates stuck in prisons experiencing the brutality of being in the captivity of the state in the midst of a pandemic. Demonstrators also expressed solidarity with 2 anarchists arrested in Athens during a protest outside the office of the general secretary.
Ove 300 bikers sat-in El Parrón, demonstrating against a lack of regulations against drivers when driving near bikers, dozens of whom have been killed in recent weeks. Protesters joined the national bikers’ strike going on to pressure the government to change its measures and attitude towards the situation.