Brazil General Strike: Bus, Subway, and Trains in São Paulo to Stop on June 14th

Sectors that have already confirmed their support to the general strike of Brazil's unions, account for over 15.3 million rides a day.

By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Most of the public transportation workers in São Paulo have decided to join the general strike scheduled for next Friday, June 14th, against the Bolsonaro government's pension reform project and other attacks on labor rights.

Leaders of the ten union syndicates of Drivers of São Paulo, announced at a press conference on Monday, June 10th, that several unions have already confirmed their support for the protest.

In São Paulo's capital, bus drivers of municipal and inter-municipal lines and the São Paulo Subway's 1 . . .

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