Thousands of Colombians take to the streets in protest

The roads were gradually filled with demonstrators who left from different concentration points in their cities in a day called by the workers' centers to demand that the Congress scuttle the tax reform that mainly affects the middle class with new taxes.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Thousands of Colombians took to the streets of the country on Wednesday, April 28, with chants, dances and music to protest against the tax reform presented by the government of President Iván Duque, in a massive day that progresses peacefully, with the exception of Cali where there has been unrest and looting.

The roads were gradually filled with demonstrators who left from different concentration points in their cities in a day called by the workers' centers to demand that the Congress scuttle the tax reform that mainly affects the middle class with new taxes.

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