Appeals Court Declares “Legal” Strike By Recope Workers

The long-running public sector strike got a boost on Monday with the Labor Court decision declaring legal the movement by the Refinadora Costarricense de Petróleo (Recope).

The Tribunal de Apelación de Trabajo del II Circuito Judicial de San José said the judge who qualified the strike in the first instance on September 28 made errors.
The Tribunal pointed out evidence in the first judgment was not properly assessed, that judge Alexánder Contreras Barrantes, essentially based his decision to opt for a non-peaceful movement for his observations in a reconnaissance visit to the El Alto campus (Ochomogo, Cartago) where he stated that about 60 tankers and about 40 people prevented the entry of vehicles to load fuels that day.
The Court of Appeals affirmed that the judge should have

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