Toque de queda por quinto día consecutivo en Santiago ante crisis social

Aerial view showing riot police spraying water at demonstrators in Santiago, on the sixth straight day of street violence which erupted over a now suspended hike in metro ticket prices, on October 23, 2019. - A four-year-old child was killed during the latest round of protests against economic inequality in Chile, raising the death toll from five days of social unrest to 18 as unions launched a general strike on Wednesday. (Photo by Javier TORRES / AFP)
   

Las Fuerzas Armadas a cargo de la seguridad de Santiago decretaron este miércoles por quinto día consecutivo un toque de queda nocturno pero adelantó dos horas el inicio de la medida frente a la jornada anterior, para hacer frente a una crisis social que no cede.

La Junta Nacional de la Defensa decretó “toque de queda en la región Metropolitana entre las 22H00 del 23 de octubre y las 04H00”, del jueves, informó el Ejército en un comunicado.
(Photo by Javier TORRES / AFP)

Aerial view showing riot police spraying water at demonstrators in Santiago, on the sixth straight day of street violence which erupted over a now suspended hike in metro ticket prices, on October 23, 2019. – A four-year-old child was killed during the latest round of protests against economic inequality in Chile, raising the death toll from five days of social unrest to 18 as unions launched a general strike on Wednesday. (Photo by Javier TORRES / AFP)

  

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Luis Antonio Carvajal Chacón
Licenciado en Comunicación Social Universidad Cecilio Acosta del Zulia Locutor y Moderador de Radio y Televisión en el Estado Sucre CNP: 21.184