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(en) [Chile] Santiago: 40th Day of Social Uprising By ANA (pt) [machine translation]

Date Tue, 3 Dec 2019 10:22:44 +0200

THAT MONOTONY DOES NOT DELETE THE REVOLT! ---- It's been 40 days, and no "social agenda"! ---- The president, who according to surveys only 9% of the population approves, does not advance an inch in concrete solutions to the demands of the streets. ---- The commission of parliamentarians rejects the constitutional charge against former interior minister Andrés Chadwick, one of the main politicians responsible for human rights violations during the Social Uprising. ---- Adherence to the call for GREVE GENERAL was massive, but not as much as on November 12. From the beginning, 100,000 people gathered in Dignity Square and marched down the Alameda to Los Héroes, demanding improvements in retirement, salaries, health and education. ---- A surreal scene occurred when a funeral caravan crossed the "zero zone", their cars had their windows stained with various messages.
In the afternoon, the number of protesters dropped in the protests; Several factors may explain this; exhaustion, lack of locomotion to return home or the monotony of the dynamics of resistance. You can dig deeper into this, but this is just a little logbook.

Keny Arkana and Molotov are heard over loudspeakers, while anarchist leaflets fly and the "front line" faces the minions. They arrest four hooded for carrying and firing incendiary bombs, drones and infiltrated civilian police followed them and arrested them within a few blocks of the facts.

In the middle of the mall, police pick up their weapons of service and threaten the protesters with gunfire a few meters away.

At the end of the protest day, a crowd kicks an agent who has fallen and crushed in the middle of Dignity Square.

For the second time, police are attempting to enter the emergency room to arrest the wounded.

In San Bernardo, a woman named Fabiola is in a coma induced by the impact of a tear gas pump she received on her face, according to the National Institute of Human Rights (NHRI) and Bio Bio radio. She has lost sight of both eyes, her nose is broken and she has metal chips in her brain.

In San Ramón, prawns fire tear gas at a high school and children have to run away. In the same commune, strangers set fire to a bus and a Walmart supermarket.

In Concepción and Iquique, the dockers block the ports. In Bio Bio protesters intercept a truck and force the driver to dump his load on the road with 20 tons of sardines! A barricade is erected.

Peñaflor police station is attacked with incendiary bombs. PDI (Chilean Investigation Police) troops fire at protesters outside the Portal Belloto mall in Quilpue. The mall was the target of collective expropriations.

Fire in a church illuminates the city of Curico. Protesters attack the hotel and Seremi (secretary of education) in La Serena. In San Antonio, protesters set fire to the headquarters of the newspaper "El Lider" and an agency AFP (Chilean retirement system). Arson attack against an arena of animal maltreatment in Alto Hospicio.

In Santiago, "NO + TAG" drivers block toll roads and park on Kennedy Avenue, in front of Parque Arauco mall. A student march at the same mall located in Las Condes causes some fights between customers and hooded. The latter use fire extinguishers and merchants close their stores. The rich and the privileged are being "disturbed by the lazy and the sad."

In many parts, symbolic protests are practiced by 4th grade students, they turn their backs on the flag while the Chilean anthem is sung.

The union of soccer players decides to go on strike and not comply with the order of the National Association of Professional Football (ANFP) to play. The president of AzulAzul reiterates the links between the "Los de Abajo" crowd and the anarchists.

We follow the streets...

Look for new attack and resistance strategies!


Fabiola Campillay, Gustavo Gatica and Dilan Cruz (Colombia), this also goes to you...


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