Protesters in the central city of Putaendo took to the streets and burned barricades to demand more access to water, which was compromised due to local government incompetence.
Thousands of protesters gathered in Nantes against the Global Security Law’s rewriting by the National Assembly, demanding that the law banning the filming of police be thrown out altogether. Police tear-gassed the demonstration and deployed water cannons, leading to widespread clashes and several injuries.
Hundreds of protesters in Neiva returned to the streets for the 4th day of a general strike in Colombia, demanding the overturning of the Tributary Reform, which would raise taxes on basic goods and services, and would also privatize hospitals and healthcare, which would make the health system similar to that of the US.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Tripoli to demand an increase in living conditions in the northern Lebanese city which is primarily Sunni Muslim, and far poorer than most parts of the country. Anger had mounted over a protester killed by live ammunition the day before, with a demonstration taking place at his funeral and protesters later torching the municipality building.