Pablo Moyano: “[Hugo] Moyano sneezes and it looks like a revolution”
January 31, 2012
The Secretary General of the Teamsters Guild, Pablo Moyano, questioned that his father has become “a dirty word” in certain official circles and the talk in the media and not “within the CGT.”
“For some, Moyano became a dirty word,” he said, and questioned those who work “to split the CGT.”
“Some people in media or officials are working to split wing CGT. But Moyano was not born in the CGT, and the day he decides that he has to go, will continue to fight from Teamsters and denouncing employers. If he has to leave CGT, he will leave,” said Pablo Moyano.
The leader of the Teamsters also criticized those who manifested differences in CGT to the media, and that they “should be discussed within the CGT.”
Finally, he referred to the conflict with Camuzzi and Correo del Sur, which fired 200 workers of his union. “After 20 days, the ministry just reacted, we are struck. Yesterday they called the Correo del Sur company. Hopefully, today we will begin to unlock this problem. This is a conflict among many that are carried out in different activities, but Moyano sneezes and it looks like a revolution,” he said.