Dozens of protesters marched in Santiago to demand that the government halt pension cuts as well as pay them out to elderly people who are also houseless, who have been widely excluded from receiving social benefits. Demonstrators also attacked the state policy of handing out the job of pensions to life insurance companies, which are widely viewed in Chile as negligent.
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