May 23, 2013
'Fernández shows how nervous the gov't is,' Moyano replies
CGT Labor Confederation boss Hugo Moyano came on stage to reply to Senator Aníbal Fernández, who accused him of being a traitor just like unionist boss Augusto Vandor murdered in 1969 by a Peronist Revolutionary commando unit.
“He [Fernández] should take into account that he’s a Congressman and can’t be saying nonsense as he is permanently doing”.
The unionist also considered that the statements made by Fernández reveal a kind of threat, and assured to be “evaluating if it deserves to be reported or not.”
Likewise, Moyano remembered: “Let’s not forget that Vandor, who was one of the smartest men of the Argentine labor movement, ended up murdered.”
Furthermore, Moyano considered that the Senator’s comments “show how nervous the national government is.”