Recalde fights to punches against union leaders
September 27, 2012
The president of Aerolineas Argentinas, Mariano Recalde, would have caught in a fight with the leader of the Aeronautical Federation, Edgardo Llano, given the failure of negotiations to try to stop a new wave of strikes in the sector.
Recalde was trying to convince Llano not to go to strike, but failed to persuade him and the discussion was on the rise to the point that ended at punches, as published Sinconfirmar.com.
“They started talking well, but raised their voice, and suddenly they began to fight,” said a witness.
According to sources, Llano warned Recalde that if they not go to wage negotiation this Friday, would face strike. Finally, the unions announced they will affect flights from next Monday.
The dispute would have occurred in the central offices of Aerolineas Argentinas, where the union was accompanied by members of the Association of Aeronautical Personnel (APA).