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Tractors march to mark second day of farmers strike

Protests started yesterday with marches in several cities of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Entre Ríos and Córdoba provinces.

Farmers took their tractors to the countryside roads across the country to mark the second day of a nationwide strike and halt of grain sales called to protest higher taxes in Buenos Aires province.

Argentine Rural Society's head, Hugo Biolcati led the tractors caravan in Chascomús, Buenos Aires province. Trucks marched in Córdoba, and Olavarría.

Protests started yesterday with marches in several cities of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Entre Ríos and Córdoba provinces.

Biocalti said on Thursday that the prostests wouldn’t affect the general population.

“This is to catch the government’s attention and it is tailored in a way not to affect the general population”, he reassured during a radio interview.

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