Pinera only has a popular endorsement of 14 percent, while on the streets they continue to call for his resignation.

Pinera only has a popular endorsement of 14 percent, while on the streets they continue to call for his resignation.

SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Chile.- Massive protests in Chile complete 11 days, and the citizens continue to demand the resignation of the Executive chaired by Sebastian Pinera and the convening of a National Constituent Assembly.

Amid heavy repressions by policemen and military, protesters stay in the streets, and on this new day the mobilization will reach La Moneda Palace, where they have called a “tomatazo” and launch paper planes for symbolically express their repudiation of neoliberal policies driven by Pinera.

Recently workers in the Health and Education Guild joined the protests demanding that fundamental rights no longer be considered a commodity.

For its part, Chile’s National Institute of Human Rights reported that an observer was injured after receiving seven pellet fired by the police.