Dozens of protesters gathered in front of the Tribunals of Justice in Santiago, to demand the release of their relatives stuck in jail, some for over a year, as political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising in Chile that began in 2019.
Thousands of Peruvian farmers returned to blockade the Panamerican highway, the most important transport of goods and trade across the country. Agricultural workers made the decision to renew the protest following the failure of Congress to reach an agreement to reform the sector and address concerns over insufficient pay.
Bikers took to the streets to protest against a lack of government oversight on the protection of cyclists, who have been killed in the dozens in recent weeks. Demonstrators took Plaza Dignidad and other areas of the city including the Alameda but clashed in significant street battles with police and government forces.