Brazil: Cars desperate for petrol as truck drivers' strike takes a toll on Sao Paulo

Lines of cars snkaed their way around Sao Paolo petrol stations on Saturday, as truck drivers across Brazil continued their strike over rising diesel prices for the sixth day, causing severe fule shortages. Sao Paulo resident Joao Marcos blamed the government for the state of affairs leading to the strike, saying that it «only knows how to raise taxes on us, we pay lots of taxes and get nothing... Еще for them.» «We have to work, we have to unite and we have to support each other in this moment of crisis,» he added. «If it were to continue like this for another week Sao Paulo will halt. There is no more fuel anywhere,» taxi driver Idalecio said.

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