Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of Santiago in a round of demonstrators to demand the resignation of right-wing president Sebastián Piñera and the end of decades of neoliberal policies in Chile. Police repressed the protest with water cannons and tear gas, dispersing the crowd which would soon reorganize at various sites across the capital.
Thousands of protesters across Chile returned to the streets of multiple cities in support of the political prisoners of the social war, including anarchists, Mapuche insurgents, and participants in the 2019 uprising. Police attacked the demonstrations occurring, causing intense clashes in several locations.
Riots took place in the Polish town of Lubin after a police officer murdered a young man under arrest, asphyxiating him by placing a knee on his neck. Hundreds arrived at the local police station, chanting “Murderers!” and hurling rocks and Molotov cocktails at riot police. At the end of the day, more than 50 arrests were made by riot police.