Huelga de “matatus” en Kenia

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Pasajeros obligados a sentarse en el techo de un tren lleno de gente después de que los servicios de transporte público en las principales ciudades de Kenia se paralizaron debido a una huelga de tres días por conductores “matatus”  (mini bus) que acusan a la policía de corrupción . [http://www.bharian.com.my] AFP Photo

Kenyans stranded by matatu minibus-taxi strike

Some Kenyan commuters walked for several miles

Tens of thousands of Kenyan commuters have been left stranded or forced to walk long distances because of a strike by minibus-taxis known as matatus.

The matatu operators say they are protesting against harassment and extortion by police.

But the police have accused the operators of refusing to comply with traffic laws. […][http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8439167.stm]

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