January 20, 2018
Tuesday, November 20, 2012

'Gov't should pay attention to the silence on the streets,' Moyano

Dissident CGT leader Hugo Moyano assured today that the support that the national strike received was “much stronger than we expected” and urged President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner to listen to “people’s message.”

“The protest reflected people’s dissatisfaction with what is happening in the country and the Government’s lack of responses. The silence in the streets is what the Government should listen to,” Moyano told reporters during a press conference along with Agrarian Federation head Eduardo Buzzi, Sarmiento railway workers delegate Rubén Sobrero, UATRE farm hands union leader Gerónimo Venegas, among other union leaders.

"At one time I thought this government was national and popular. But it discriminates against the most vulnerable people of our society: children and the elderly. How can they discriminate against our children; when they put a cap on family pensions? This Government is far from national and popular," Moyano added.

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