They loot commercial premises in the Alameda after a march in the center of Santiago

During this afternoon a new march was registered in the Center of Santiago which ended with incidents, in the same way as the demonstration held in the morning while President Gabriel Boric gave his first Public Account.

As reported by Carabineros in Thirdthe demonstration began in the Plaza de Armas when around 60 people gathered and began to march along Paseo Ahumada to the Alameda carrying canvases of different social causes.

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Upon reaching the main avenue of the capital, the protesters began to make disturbances on public roads, cutting off traffic by using barricades and looting five commercial premises. These are specifically the Tip-Top stores, Dr. Simi pharmacy, Salcobrand pharmacy, Café Paraíso and Smart store.

Personnel of Police Control of Public Order (COP) of Carabineros acted in the place to disperse the demonstrators, at the moment no detainees have been reported.

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