Thousands of protesters gathered outside of the National Mint to demonstrate against the Piñera administration, demanding the immediate resignation of the standing government and an independent delegation at the new constitutional negotiations.
Thousands of protesters in Popayán took to the streets in opposition to neoliberal policies and the Tributary Reform in Colombia, which would impose new taxes on basic goods and services such as electricity, internet, and water. Demonstrators clashed with police, throwing rocks and taking down security cameras at the site.
Student anarchists dropped banners in the Athens University of Economics and Business (ASOEE) and in the Athens Polytechnic University, as well as tagging graffiti in the neighborhood of Zografou in solidarity with the N17 hunger striker Dimitris Koufontinas and to demand that police stay out of university campuses across Greece, a measure recently taken by the right-wing government to “end lawlessness”.
Hundreds of protesters in the Santiago district of Providencia gathered in opposition to SENAME, the Chilean national minors’ service, widely despised for abuses towards children left in their custody, as 1,313 people had died in their custody between 2005 and 2016. Police attacked the demonstration, deploying water cannons and tear gas.