Moyano dreams with a President from the CGT
During the ceremony for the 80th anniversary of the Workers General Confederation (CGT in Spanish), Hugo Moyano, current president of the Peronist Party in the province of Buenos Aires, said the union has men to be President of Argentina.
“If we had military, professionals, businessmen, athletes … Why cannot we have a President?” asked the union leader.
“We have people with enough capacity to hold any post in the government from number one until the last,” said Moyano.
The statements by Moyano were made after being named as president of the Peronist Party in the province of Buenos Aires, replacing Alberto Balestrini, who is recovering from a stroke suffered several months ago.