Dozens of workers in the cultures and musicians gathered in Santiago to protest against President Sebastián Piñera, marching across the Alameda and chanting for the release of political prisoners of the October uprising in Chile that has lasted for over a year.
Hundreds of protesters in the Chilean city of Valparaiso marched and clashed with Carabineros, demanding the immediate resignation of President Sebastian Piñera and the release and amnesty of political prisoners. Demonstrators lit barricades on the Condel road, and then were pepper-sprayed by police and eventually dispersed. Burning tires were also set as a barricade on Highway 25 in the Santa Rosa neighborhood of the city, stopping traffic for hours until Carabinero riot police arrived on the scene.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the SERVEL (Electoral Service Office of Chile) in Santiago to demand the end of the revived TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership), release of all political prisoners, and demanding that independent candidates with no party affiliation be the makers of the new Constitution of Chile. Confrontations occurred between demonstrators and a conservative politician, who unsuccessfully tried to drive through the crowd.
Anarchists in the Southwest Youth Liberation Front gathered at the Central Juvenile Detention Center in Los Angeles to demand that all prisons for children be shut down, calling for no minor to be imprisoned in LA County and the United States. Police gathered in the dozens, detaining several participants and taking down personal information.