Thousands demonstrate to mark the second anniversary of months of protests that led to the formation of a representative assembly to redraft the country's constitution.
Authorities have been trying to restore calm in Santiago, which has been roiled by a crisis that erupted over metro fare hikes but escalated into the most severe outbreak of social unrest since the end of Pinochet's dictatorship nearly 30 years ago.
Approved by President Sebastian Pinera, Chileans will on April 26 decide whether they want a new constitution and if they do, whether the body that draws up the new document should be a popularly elected assembly or one mixed with current lawmakers.
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