Goverment tells Uber to stop its operation in Costa Rica

In an attempt to calm taxi drivers, the Government Council reiterated on Tuesday its request to the Uber company to stop its transport operation in Costa Rica, until there is a legal framework to regulate it.

The request also applies to other ride app platforms.
The government message ignited a variety of reactions against it on the social networks where the government’s actions were perceived as contradictory after President Carlos Alvarado himself promised in the electoral campaign that Uber should be regulated.
Specifically, the Governing Council (Cabinet) agreed on Tuesday: “once again urge the Uber company and other companies operating technology platforms to provide public transport service for people, abandon their operation until the revision and/or modernization is defined of the existing legal framework of paid transport of

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