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Boric's brother is beaten in downtown Santiago



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Brother of Gabriel Boric is a press officer at a Chilean university and was attacked along with other employees of the institution, according to reports| Photo: EFE/Mauricio Dueñas Castañeda

A group of unknown people attacked this Thursday (1st), with punches and kicks , the brother of the Chilean president, Simón Boric, in front of the University of Chile, in downtown Santiago.

“We found out about this situation, we think it is very serious. The president is aware and as soon as we have more details we will provide more concrete information. We repudiate this attack on four employees of the University of Chile”, said the Minister of the General Secretariat of the Presidency, Giorgio Jackson, at the Palace of La Moneda.

According to the first information released by the local press, Simón Boric, who works as a press officer from the university, he was walking outside the headquarters when he was approached by a group that attacked him, as well as other university employees.

“What I heard is that he went to buy something here, and something happened that started a fight . They followed him here and beat him,” a witness told radio station ADN. “Several people knocked him to the ground with punches and kicks,” he added.

After the attack, the brother of President Gabriel Boric went to a health center to check the injuries and a police unit has already gone to the scene of the aggression to find out what happened. case.

On Sunday (4), Chileans will decide in a referendum whether to approve or reject a proposal that seeks to replace the current Constitution, inherited from the military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1100-1100) and partially reformed in democracy.

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