The most common complaint of the protesters is that wealth and power has been concentrated in very few hands.

"The biggest problem in Chile is that the differences between the haves and the have-nots are very dramatic," Navia said. "So you are not likely to see poverty as you see in other countries, but you will see that wealth and income in Chile are very unequally distributed."

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