Hundreds of protesters took to the streets and clashed with police in opposition to the monarchy of Thailand and the rule of Prime Minister Prayut, a general who assumed office in the 2014 military coup and largely seen as responsible for the mishandling of the pandemic and lack of vaccines.
Hundreds of protesters in Facatativá, north of Bogota, took to the streets in opposition to the Tributary Reform, which would raise taxes on basic goods and services for the working class in Colombia. Despite the militarization of the small town, no confrontations occurred between law enforcement and demonstrators.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the Mushin Local Government Area of Lagos to continue the second wave of protests that began on the 5th against SARS, after the first wave which ended soon after the Lekki Toll Gate Massacre on the 20th of October. Demonstrators did not clash with police, and occupied the main road to Ikeja for hours before dispersing.
Thousands of protesters in Santiago gathered for a day of national mobilization to demand amnesty for all political prisoners and the resignation of President Sebastian Piñera. Carabinero riot police attacked the demonstrations with excessive force, but failed to properly disperse the protesters who were marching in multiple separate locations and methods, both on foot and on bike.