Aníbal Fernández: “People will not have problems to work because there are very few guilds in the strike”
Buenos Aires, November 19, 2012
Senator Aníbal Fernández said people “will not have problems to work” because “very few guilds” will implement the strike called by CGT leader Hugo Moyano and CTA leader Pablo Micheli.
“Tomorrow there will be no problems to work; it should be a normal day. There are very few unions that are taking the strike”.
The Senator added that “the vast majority are not thinking about strike, and is working within the framework of what is claimed to date,” Fernandez said.
Anibal Fernandez also questioned FAA leader Eduardo Buzzi, who is “threatening people to let them without transportation” and warned that this attitude is “bordering on crime” and you could fit a “criminal complaint” to rural leader.
Senator stressed that transportation will not adhere to the strike, making “trains and subways” function normally.