Ok so I had to go home before it ended but I got a good impression
We didn't talk about a offensive/violent plan against the police or the state becouse in this city we didn't have any major incident except for some barricades, but I guess that in bigger cities where the conflicts were more violent like Santiago, Valparaiso or Concepción they talked about a "offensive plan"
We talked mostly about politics, and like I said, it was pretty good. The only problem were with a group of volunteers and with their concept of poverty, they said that the poor were only the homeless, and everyone else agreed that the conflict was more between the elite and everyone else, after this the volunteers retired.
We talked about a lot of stuff, but the thing we said the most is that we need a new constitution to get the big changes we want. We also agreed that we need new leaders if we don't want the revolution to burn out, and that instances like these were ideal to form them, so as a group we will keep doing this.
I think that these "councils" have the potential to grow bigger, since today was improvised, for other councils we will invite more comrades. The people there were decently leftist, even with some admitted marxists
We also filled the square with cardboards with information and propaganda.