from liberaciontotal, translated by waronsociety:

The student march that was not “authorized” by the government was on the morning of Thursday, March 15, but also in the afternoon-evening of the same day there were demonstrations in support of what is happening in Aysén that were held in various parts of Santiago. Which included hooded individuals trying to burn a Transantiago bus in the center of Santiago, which was left with partial damages, see the press here.


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2 Responses to “Chile: Clashes and riots after the first student march since the beginning of classes in Santiago”

  1. [...] tried to burn a Transantiago bus in downtown Santiago, which was left with partial damage./ i, ii, iii March 26th, 2012 | Tags: chile, clashes, Latin America, March, riots, Santiago, student protests, [...]

  2. [...] un bus Transantiago nel centro di Santiago, ed e’ stato parzialmente danneggiato. / i, ii, iii March 27th, 2012 | Tags: America Latina, azione diretta, brutalità della polizia, Cile, [...]

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