In Chile, protesters are demanding better social services and President Sebastian Pinera’s resignation. Millions find it difficult to make ends meet, and many are forced to live in makeshift camps and shanty towns.
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Chile’s Wealth Gap Has Thousands Living in Shanty Towns
by Jocelyn Dombroski, The Real News Network November 22, 2019