Chile's Navy Wednesday took action against protesting fishermen off Valparaíso, who were insisted they had not worked for more than 100 days and demanded promises made eight years ago be delivered.Add your comment!
At least two people have died and no less than 450 others were arrested Monday in Santiago and other parts of Chile as demonstrators took to the streets to commemorate the second anniversary of the popular uprisings which led to a series of changes, including a Constitutional reform which is currently being drafted.Add your comment!
Opposition demonstrators in Bolivia staged over the weekend a series of roadblocks and marches to protest against the Government of President Luis Arce's move to pass a law allowing for in-depth investigations into the personal wealth of citizens.
Scores of Brazilians Saturday flocked to the streets of many cities nationwide demanding the impeachment of President Jair Bolsonaro, who in an unrelated event once again insisted firearms in the hands of civilians would prevent the increase of urban violence.
Demonstrators from Argentine social organizations convened Tuesday at Buenos Aires' iconic Plaza de Mayo to demand a minimum wage increase, which in their view should be no less than AR $ 70,000 (US $ 378 at the unofficial exchange rate).
Protesters marched Sunday along Sao Paulos Avenida Paulista demanding the removal from the office of President Jair Bolsonaro, whom they perceive to be a threat to the rule of law.
Some eleven people were arrested in Chile following the rioting and looting in Santiago on the 48th anniversary of the military coup led by General Augusto Pinochet that in September 1973 overthrew the government of democratically elected Socialist president Salvador Allende.
Tuesday 7 September is the Grito do Ipiranga festivity or Independence Day in Brazil, and on this occasion president Jair Bolsonaro supporters and opposition militants will be taking to the streets.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro Friday insisted he would give his life for his country and that next Tuesday's Independence Day's protests will be an “ultimatum” to the Supreme Federal Court (STF).
Paraguay's National Police Monday took action to clear the roads which were being blocked by striking lorries in Guairá and Alto Paraná, it was reported.