47 people were arrested this year. Between them three were retained for the possession of a weapon, 14 for having drugs, and two for not removing their mask upon police request. Angry scenes erupted when police formed a ring outside parliament and told protestors to remain in their boundaries. “People shouldn’t be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people,” Anonymous wrote on Twitter. Similar manifestations, as a day dedicated to protests, took place in the U.S. with various requests. Activists rallied for recognition of Palestine and the legalization of marijuana in Los Angeles. Protestors in Fort Worth, Texas, had high praise for WikiLeaks and strong words for Hillary Clinton. In Boston, activists asked marijuana legalization. Arrests were made too.