Chilean President\u0026nbsp;Sebastián Piñera on Saturday said he would reshuffle his cabinet after over 1 million Chileans poured into city streets across the country Friday to demand structural reforms to the country\u0026#039;s government and economic system.The move by Piñera came as the protest movement mobilized people in the captial Santiago and beyond.\u0026nbsp;\u0022We\u0026#039;re asking for justice, honesty, ethical government,\u0022 protester\u0026nbsp;Francisco Anguitar told\u0026nbsp;AFP Friday.\u0026nbsp;Piñera made the announcement late Saturday morning.\u0026nbsp;BREAKING: Chile\u0026#039;s President Piñera has asked his ministers to resign, in the most dramatic move since protests began a week ago. The military also announced an end to the curfew. Yesterday\u0026#039;s protest, by more than 1 million Chileans, is forcing change.pic.twitter.com/gZMtMarDnp— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) October 26, 2019The timeline and plan for the replacement of ministers remains unclear. On Saturday,\u0026nbsp;Reuters reported that a document obtained by the news agency \u0022suggested Piñera was considering replacing the heads of at least nine ministries, including the ministries of interior, defense, economy, transportation and environment.\u0022Chilean senator\u0026nbsp;Felipe Kast on Twitter credited the Friday protests with prompting Piñera\u0026#039;s decision.\u0022A peaceful day that will leave its mark on our history,\u0022 said Kast. \u0022Chile is not the same as it was yesterday.\u0022Una jornada pacífica que marcará la historia. Chile no es el mismo que era ayer. No lo cambió la política. Es la política la que debe cambiar. #LaMarchaMasGrandeDeChileً pic.twitter.com/znWDRXuI6x— Felipe (@felipekast) October 25, 2019The protests kicked off\u0026nbsp;on October 15 after high school students occupied subway stations in Santiago to protest fare hikes. The movement exploded from there as demonstrations quickly became about the country\u0026#039;s neoliberal economic system and Piñera\u0026#039;s government.\u0026nbsp;Piñera, in response to the protests, authorized a brutal crackdown on protesters by military and police forces. Video from the protests shared on social media showed police and soldiers attacking unarmed demonstrators.\u0026nbsp;La vibrante democracia chilena de @sebastianpinera queda en evidencia en este video que demuestra cómo actúa @Carabdechile con el pueblo de a pie. Toda una oda a los DDHH y a las buenas prácticas policiales con las que pretenden dar lecciones a #Venezuela. Cortesía al autor. pic.twitter.com/Qwu9rbUyd6— Érika Ortega Sanoja (@ErikaOSanoja) October 25, 2019Police aim a shotgun during clashes with anti-government protesters in Valparaíso, #Chile, Friday, Oct. 25, 2019. (@AP Photo/Matías Delacroix) pic.twitter.com/jHdeEeLKEl— Latino Rebels (@latinorebels) October 26, 2019Support for the protest movement poured in from across the world.\u0022The people of Chile have all my love and support,\u0022 tweeted writer Naomi Klein. \u0022Their courage is awe-inspiring.\u0022Journalist Ben Norton called the protests a \u0022massive rejection of neoliberalism\u0022 and linked to photos from the protests.This photo from the protests in Chile yesterday is going viral. The flag on top is from the indigenous Mapuche Nation.While corporate media outlets churn out nonstop propaganda against US enemies, people are rising up against US-backed right-wing client regimes in Latin America pic.twitter.com/cj3JfAz8lN— Ben Norton (@BenjaminNorton) October 26, 2019The demonstrators \u0022represent the dream of a new Chile,\u0022 tweeted Santiago Governor\u0026nbsp;Karla Rubilar.\u0022Our country requires more dialogue and peaceful marches!\u0022 said Rubilar.