Santiago, Chile - Chilean President Sebastian Pinera, in a speech after five days of violent protests in the country, on Tuesday evening, apologized to his citizens for the decisions taken in his country in recent decades, as he described the President of Chile, who announced a curfew in the capital Santiago For the fourth consecutive day, "That's right, the problems haven't happened in the last days. They've built up for decades."

Later in the speech, the Chilean president announced a new social and economic program for the country, which includes raising pensions and medical insurance at reasonable prices and lowering the prices of medicines and stabilizing electricity prices in his speech, stressing the importance of achieving peace in his country, noting that "his government will lift the curfew Issued during the current state of emergency in the country when public order and calm are restored. "

The Chilean capital, Santiago, witnessed violent protests for the fifth day in a row, demanding improvement of the economic situation, against the backdrop of an increase approved by the government in the prices of subway tickets in the capital.Although the government reversed the decision, the protests did not stop but evolved into riots and smashed the angry protesters shops Commercial and government institutions in downtown Santiago

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