Tens of thousands of protesters in Buenos Aires marched for clean water, enough food for soup kitchens, and a universal basic income to be provided by the government of Argentina for the unemployed and informal workers making less than the stipulated minimum wage.
Hundreds of protesters across Santiago took to the streets in a day of mobilization in solidarity with prisoners of the uprising in Chile. Demonstrators demanded their immediate release and a general pardon for all convictions made related to the 18th of October Uprising, burning barricades, and clashing with police at various points across the Chilean capital city.
Thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Barcelona for a 4th consecutive day to demand the release of Pablo Hasel, a communist Catalan rapper imprisoned and facing charges for criticizing the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators clashed with police, placing and burning barricades in many areas across the city after confrontations began to occur.
Protests continued in Noumea and other parts of New Caledonia against the sale of nickel mines to a Brazilian megacorporation, with French loyalists breaking the headlines. A blockade was set up of the Païta road in a suburb of Noumea, with vigilantes guarding it with hunting rifles and waving the French flag, raising many concerns about civil war.