The public feud between Hugo Moyano and President Mauricio Macri is working as an effective catalyst to tear Argentina’s union world apart.
The support – or lack thereof – to the march called by the former leader of the teamsters union for February 21 is a good way of determining who stands where in this new landscape that is being shaped in Argentine politics, and what is the real power that Moyano wields in the sector.
As we get closer to the date, more union leaders are announcing they will not be joining the protest. Some have directly called it “a march of the teamsters union,” a subtle way of implying that Moyano is trying to use union members to defend himself from the mounting legal accusations against him. Others say they support…
Original published: 2018-02-12 14:40:04 Read the full Buenos Aires News here
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