Protesters gathered in Santiago on the 15-month anniversary of the 18th of October Uprising to demand the immediate release of all political prisoners. They were met with heavy state repression, with Carabineros deploying water cannons and arresting anyone who came near them, detaining one woman for the offense of carrying a Mapuche flag.
Dozens of protesters in Antofagasta took to the streets in opposition to the right-wing presidency of Sebastián Piñera and the release of all political prisoners of the uprising in Chile. Demonstrators burned barricades and blocked roads, ready to confront any police officers who arrived to disperse the demonstrators.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Panguipulli in response to the police murder of Francisco Martínez, also known as El Pancho, a street artist who juggled fake machetes and was murdered by police for not having an ID. Several public buildings went up in flames by the end of the night, as police refused to provide justice for the murder of the young man.