Indian farmers on the road to Delhi continued their protests, clashing with police who attempted to barricade the border. Peasants at the border of Bajpur drove tractors through the police line, forcing it to open, and Maharashtra farmers at the Shahjahanpur border banged pots and pans against Narendra Modi during his negotiation address.
Around 150 protesters took to the streets of Valparaíso to demand the end of femicides as well as access to free and safe abortions, something long denied in Chile. Demonstrators placed barricades, in response to which heavily militarized police arrived on the scene and attacked the crowd, making several brutal arrests.
Hundreds of Thai protesters returned to the streets of Bangkok, demanding the end of the monarchy and the resignation of Prime Minister Prayut, a general who assumed power in a coup in 2014 and is widely held responsible for the lack of access to COVID vaccines. Police repressed the protest, leading to clashes throughout the day.
Over 100,000 Haitian protesters covered the streets of Port-au-Prince in a mass demonstration against the regime of dictatorial American-backed leader Jovenel Moise, widely despised by the public for his autocratic rule and dissolution of Parliament in 2019. Despite clashes occurring in some neighborhoods, the majority of protesters were exempt from police violence.