Hundreds of protesters in Athens marched in solidarity with anarchist political prisoner Vangelis Stathopoulos, demanding his immediate release from pretrial detention and the acquittal of his case built on faulty and subjective evidence to incriminate the activist.
Hundreds of Chileans and Colombians in Santiago took to the streets in support of the national strike and uprising against neoliberalism and police violence in Colombia, met with brutal repression by state security forces under the leadership of Ivan Duque. Police harassed and dispersed the crowd with a water cannon after its arrival to the National Tourism Service.
Dozens of protesters in Ft. Lauderdale marched in Las Olas against a law proposed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, which is seen by many as repressive due to its possible legalization of running over protesters who are blocking roads, and making participating in an unlawful assembly a felony. Protesters marched to a local jail, banging pots and pans and chanting slogans to the inmates who banged on their windows in support.
Around 1,500 protesters took to the streets of El Salvador’s capital, against president Nayib Bukele and his policies of militarization, constitutional violations, and adopting Bitcoin as a national currency. Police blocked off the path to the Legislative Assembly, causing confrontations but no clashes or arrests occurred.