Protests have continued to spread across Colombia since last week.
Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets over rumored government plans, including a cut to the minimum wage for young people.
President Ivan Duque denies supporting the plans.
On Tuesday (November 26) he announced measures to quell the unrest - including three days a year without a VAT tax.
This is what one protester thought about that:
(SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) COLOMBIAN PROTESTER, ANGELA PEREZ, SAYING:
"It's a joke for what's happening right now. We're not fighting for them to give us a three day exemption. We're protesting because the whole system and the government is failing the Colombian nation."
The death of an 18-year-old on Monday (November 25) has become a symbol for many protesters.
Dilan Cruz was fatally injured by a tear gas canister shot by police - during weekend marches.
Mourners have been gathered at makeshift shrines.
It could now spark more intense protests.
A strike committee said they'll increase the intensity of the strike, in tribute to Cruz.