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April 23, 1986

More than 2,000 Salvadoran telecommunications workers began a work stoppage to protest government austerity policies, demanding higher wages and increased benefits. Strikes are prohibited under El Salvador's six-year-old state of emergency, so employees show up at their jobs but do no work. Meanwhile, a major labor federation called a four-hour work stoppage for Thursday.

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