The Foreign Minister of Chile, Teodoro Ribera Neumann, strongly rejected the intervention of the dictator Nicolás Maduro and the insults of the officials of his regime after social protests that have been unleashed in the last hours in the South American country.
“In Chile we resolve our differences in democracy, respecting the human rights of all its inhabitants, including the more than 400 thousand Venezuelans who have chosen to live with us”, said the Chilean Foreign Minister through his official Twitter account.
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The protests, which began last Monday, October 14, increased until radicalizing this Friday in some parts of the city, with direct clashes against security forces, barricades, arson and destruction of public assets.
The president of Chile, Sebastián Piñera, announced this Saturday, October 19, the development of a plan to mitigate the impact of the rise of the subway ticket in the most vulnerable classes and in the needy middle classes, after citizen protests for the fare increase.