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Santiago, Chile: Day of agitation in the Simón Bolívar neighborhood in solidarity with the prisoners on hunger strike

Santiago de Chile. Chile. During the afternoon of March 24, different individuals organized themselves in the context of the hunger strike in progress and made a mural that read: “Freedom for long term prisoners. No to law 321″. At night barricades were erected, a banner was unfurled saying: ” Subversive prisoners are on hunger strike since March 22″ and abundant propaganda was left in the street.

Originally published by Contra Info. Translated by Riot Turtle.

During the action, the following text was read out publicly:

From the Simón Bolívar neighborhood of the combatants Erick Rodríguez and Iván Palacios we salute the dignified resistance that several subversive and anarchist prisoners are carrying out through a liquid and indefinite hunger strike, demanding the repeal of the modification of decree law 321 that regulates parole, since it is currently being applied retroactively, thus keeping our comrades in prison for many more years – even decades – applying a life imprisonment covered up with the clutches of the judiciary and, of course, endorsed by the filthy State.

That is why today, three days after the mobilization began, we are here agitating, showing solidarity and taking action, aiming to accompany our comrades with this gesture.

It is time to fight!!!

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