The continuity of aggressions by the police made the Chilean manifestations increase. It all started against the increase in the subway ticket, which soon took on a violent proportion. Sebastián Piñera increased the number of guards to contain the population acts. Furthermore, it is the first time since the end of Pinochet's dictatorship in 1990 that thousands of soldiers have been placed on the streets and a curfew has been imposed. This must not be tolerated, the state cannot repress its citizens. Jaime Guzmán, collaborator on legal affairs, wrote a letter in 1980 that left out the social guarantees of the majority of the Chilean population, called "A Carta Magna" (The Magna Letter).
Santiago has about 1.2 million Chileans going to the streets to protest against the repression imposed on the people, they demand freedom of the right to come and go.
This movement caused a social crisis never seen in the last 30 years in the country. What led the protesters to rethink the existence of a constitution inherited from the times of dictatorship, a possibility of agreement then emerged as a proposal and, at the same time, the police suspend the use of rubber and lead bullets after numerous serious cases of bodily injury and even eyepieces against protesters. Sebastián Piñera assumed the presidency and intensified the repression, popular manifestations have been heavily attacked, with political arrests and many protesters seriously injured.
If you want to know more about the attacks we have already done, and an article that explains the details of the activities in Chile, you can find it here. Below is our leak with exposed government data. We will not tolerate fascist governments. We do not forgive, we do not forget!
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