This article examines the recent conjuncture of the national strike in Colombia, analyzing its demands in relation to the structural problems that gave rise to them. The text draws from experiences in the mobilizations and theoretical reflections that have emerged from them to suggest a few interpretative keys that can be used to understand the Colombian situation in light of the problem of accumulation and the heterogeneity of social mobilization in the country.

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