Costa Rica’s labor unions said its second day of the national strike is having an effect against a proposed Plan Fiscal (Tax Reform).
Downtown San Jose’s Avenida 2 on Tuesday before the early afternoon downpour. Photo by Rico
On Tuesday, the head of the ANEP, one of the largest public sector unions, Albino Vargas said they were satisfied with the results so far.
Heading into its third consecutive day of the strike, “the regionalized national strike has served its purpose on this second day,” said Vargas.
These past two days have served as preparation and warm up for big march planned for Wednesday in downtown San Jose, according to the union leader.
The “indefinite” national strike led by public sector workers began on Monday, as protesters across the country demonstrated