80 protesters in the Cretan city of Chania gathered to protest against the indefinite banning of demonstrations in Greece under the guise of coronavirus restrictions. In a statement, the Rosa Nera solidarity organization condemned the militarization of both the police and the army, with more police than doctors and F-16s whose cost could pay for 4000 ICU beds.
Thousands of protesters in Bogota returned to the streets for a 3rd consecutive day, demanding the repeal of a law raising taxes on the poor and middle class with basic goods and services. Police brutally attacked demonstrations taking place across the city, putting down many neighborhood marches and terrorizing the local population.
Hundreds of protesters in Valls took to the streets to demand the release of left-wing Catalan rapper Pablo Hasel, who was arrested and faces charges for insulting the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators placed burned barricades, facing off with police but with no arrests occurring in a rare turn of events.