Around 1000 protesters in Bristol returned to the streets in opposition to a law that would expand police powers, restrict the right to protest, and also criminalize a nomadic lifestyle. Police brutally attacked the protesters, injuring many and deploying horses and dogs against the peaceful demonstrators.
Hundreds of engineers, teachers, and students went on strike to demand the fall of the Myanmar military regime that installed itself in a coup on the 1st of February. Demonstrators gathered at the Monywa University of Economics, Kan Gyi Dauk, MOALI, Pyay University, Yadanapon University, and Dawei, consisting of university students, civil servants, and professors.
Thousands of protesters in Warsaw took to the streets after the Constitutional Court of Poland tightened restrictions on abortion further than they already were, removing abnormalities in a fetus as cause for a termination of pregnancy. Demonstrators marched across the city, blocking several metros and major roads, before arriving at the Constitutional Court and condemning its decision before dispersing.
Dozens of protesters returned to the ICE facility in Portland to demand the immigration agency’s abolition and the immediate naturalization of all undocumented immigrants in the United States. Unlike previous days, police did not attack the crowd with tear gas or chemical munitions and allowed participants to disperse peacefully.