Friday , February 26 2021

Here's how Plaza Baquedano wakes up in the capital after new events over Catrillanca's death | National



Events, barricades and a flag burning vehicle led to the crime of a young community member Mapuche Camilo Catrillanca, in the center of Santiago.

The call was made through social networks and it was convened slightly more than 500 people in the church of Plaza Baquedano, where a cultural event was held, bearing in mind mapuches who died in La Araucanía.

Mapuche Student Co-ordinator spokesman in Santiago, Byron Rojas, ensured that they will hold protest days until mid December in memory of Camilo Catrillanca.

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The banderazo and cultural activity came to an end when a group of attendees died on Providencia Avenue without authorization, which led to the actions of Carabineros Special Forces with the car launching water and boundary gas.

In addition, there were events and barricades in the sector of Bustamante Park, Parque Forestal and La Alameda, which caused Vehicle traffic was cut for more than an hour.

However, he was on Avenida Francisco Bilbao with Bustamante where individuals attacked Providencia's municipal security vehicle, burned down with Molotov bombs. According to Mayor Evelyn Matthei, The fact happened when his driver was inside, which led to minor injuries.

Carabineros' last balance was based on 37 people arrested, most of them due to public disorder.

On Tuesday, another Providencia Municipal vehicle appeared from Baquedano to raise the traffic signs and other objects that the exhibitors left on earth after the protests.

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