October 23, 20197.45 The Chilean president Pinera "apologized" for not understanding the gravity of the country's social situation and announced "a social agenda of national unity". He also said he was worried about public order and return to "normality" after the riots that began on Friday due to the increase in the metro ticket, which caused 15 deaths. 10 social measures announced: they concern pensions (among the lowest in the world), the cost of health and drugs, the increase in the minimum wage and the creation of a wealth tax.