The Sala IV constitutional court has rejected one challenge to the new tax on corporations.
The Poder Judicial said late Wednesday that rejected was an appeal filed by a man identified as Oscar Ocampo Soto. He said that the law contravened due process because it calls for the dissolution of a
corporation if the tax is not paid for three years in a row.
Magistrates have at least five more appeals pending on the tax, which is supposed to be paid by the end of this month.
The full decision was not released, just a brief summary.