The "constituent pact" is endorsed by the Christian Democratic Party, the Socialist Party, the Party for Democracy, the Radical Party, the Citizens Party, and the Progressive Party. These organizations organizations urged the Military police to let people demonstrate without being brutally repressed.
On October 18, 2019, the people rejected in a massive protest the increase of 30 Chilean pesos (US$0,4) in the subway ticket.
With the slogans "Chile woke up" and "It's not 30 pesos, it's 30 years," the protest against that reform became a fight against Sebastian Piñera administration and the country's inequality.
A year after the social outbreak, police brutality has left over 30 people dead and over 100 citizens injured.