Protesters took to the streets across Chile, with hundreds of thousands gathering in Plaza Dignidad and other squares. Millions celebrated the replacement of the constitution that was created by the Pinochet regime in a historic plebiscite, which gained 78% of the vote in approval of a new constitution for the Chilean people. Many clashes with the police occurred, but no arrests did.
Thousands of protesters gather in the central plaza of Curico to celebrate the plebiscite’s approval of a new constitution.
Demonstrators in Renca rejoiced at the news of the plebiscite passing with flying colors.
Protesters in central Santiago occupied a metro station in celebration of the plebiscite’s victory.
Protesters took to the streets for the entire day in numbers of more than 300,000 to celebrate the plebiscite.
In the Ñuñoa commune of Santiago, thousands of protesters gathered in the central plaza to celebrate a new constitution for Chile.