Facundo Moyano about his father: “I would not take pictures with Duhalde”
September 11, 2012
The national deputy Facundo Moyano, son of Secretary General of the CGT, said he is against his father taking photos with certain opposition leaders. He also spoke about the project to the optional vote between 16 and 18 years.
After the meeting Hugo Moyano had with Eduardo Duhalde and Geronimo “Momo” Vengas, his son criticized him. “I would not take pictures with Duhalde,” he said.
“I don’t like the meetings, they generate noise. But that’s politics, he is the general secretary of an institution that has autonomy,” said the deputy.
Meanwhile, the deputy said he is for the project for young people aged 16 to 18 years can vote. “The real issue is whether the boys of sixteen can vote and I agree with that,” he said.