Pendant ce temps, au #Chili, la répression s’abat sur l’Alameda, l’artère principale de #Santiago, entre la Plaza de la dignidad et la Moneda que la #PrimeraLinea n’a pas renoncé à assiéger
Le vent s’est levé…#ChileDespertó #GiletsJaunes #RenunciaPiñerapic.twitter.com/zVTaQeWiEm
— Marcel Aiphan (@AiphanMarcel) March 12, 2020
In Chile, sustained economic hardships may evoke a new wave of protests.
“With the resources this country has, these problems should have been solved many years ago. I went out to march and if I have to do it again, I will”, – a man shared.
Summer is over in the southern hemisphere, and Chileans say they are afraid — or welcome — the prospect that the turn of the season could herald a renewal of the vast protests that shook the nation late last year over the government’s failure to channel one of Latin America’s best economies into well-being for the working and middle classes.Chinese Foreign Ministry says coronavirus could have been brought to Wuhan by US military