Government intends to declare strike illegal as thousands protest tax reform

San José — The demonstrations began with a red wave of taxis blocking Avenida 2 in downtown San José. The protests continued throughout the capital city Monday as they did on streets throughout the country: thousands of people voicing their disapproval of a tax-reform law they believe unfairly targets the working class.
Chanting “El pueblo unido jamás será vencido” — a united people will never be defeated — the crowd marched peacefully from La Merced Park

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