No deal Government and unions postpone meeting to discuss an agreement

center_img The rejection created uncertainty about the strike, which has interrupted classes in public schools, interfered with hospital services, blocked streets and hampered exports Costa Rica’s main harbor in the Caribbean.President Carlos Alvarado said that the government stays open to discussion with unions that are willing to accept the deal.The details of the agreement have been kept secret, but some outlets reported that it considered not deducting the salary of workers who participated in the strike and allowed for negotiations to compensate for possible effects of the proposed tax-reform bill. Related posts:Costa Rican government and unions willing to start a dialogue to end the strike Negotiations to end strike led to a dead end General strike enters second week; Legislative Assembly starts discussing tax-reform Protesters hold vigil at Plaza de la Democracialast_img