Protesters hold vigil at Plaza de la Democracia
Workers from the public sector attend a vigil at Plaza de la Democracia during a strike called by the unions to protest against a tax reform project in San Jose, Costa Rica on November 7, 2018.
Public sector unions in Costa Rica are on indefinite strike against a tax reform project aimed at curbing the country’s growing deficit.
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