Dozens of protesters gathered at the Alameda in front of the Presidential Palace in Santiago, demanding the release of all political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising. As the Senate voted on a law deciding whether or not young political prisoners should be released, families of those jailed held up photos of detainees as young as 15 held captive by the Chilean government.
Thousands of students and teachers in Athens took to the street in opposition to a piece of legislation proposed by Education Minister Niki Kerameos, which would remilitarize university campuses with police for the first time since 1975. Defying the quarantine which banned mass gatherings, demonstrators marched on the Propalyaea in the center of the city. A police presence was mostly absent, and no participants in the protest were arrested.
Indian farmers on the road to Delhi continued their protests, clashing with police who attempted to barricade the border. Peasants at the border of Bajpur drove tractors through the police line, forcing it to open, and Maharashtra farmers at the Shahjahanpur border banged pots and pans against Narendra Modi during his negotiation address.