Protesters in Antofagasta took to the streets demanding the resignation of President Piñera and the government representation in the constitutional delegation not to have any party members. Hundreds took part in the protest as a part of the growing movement for the end of politicians and party politics in Chile.
Thousands of protesters gathered in the streets of Nantes for the weekly March of Liberties, demanding the complete dissolution of the Global Security Law, which would illegalize the filming of police officers. Police deployed water cannons and tear gas, with heavy clashes occurring in front of the city prefecture, resulting in several arrests.
Around 200 protesters gathered at Georgiou Square in the Greek city of Patras, demanding the end of a law proposed by the ruling right-wing Nea Dimokratia (New Democracy) party, which would reintroduce police to university campuses for the first time since 1975 and set limits on the number of years a student can spend on their degree.