RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The violent protests in the country neighboring Brazil, which is experiencing severe social unrest in recent days, were triggered by a tax reform proposed by Ivan Duque's government
Colombia is entering its second week of strong popular protests called over a tax reform bill presented by President Ivan Duque's government. The popular uprising, which has so far resulted in 19 deaths, more than 800 injured, and the resignation of Finance Minister Alberto Carrasquilla, opposes a bill aimed at changing the Colombian tax system in order to increase the country's tax revenues.
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