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Moyano on Thursday strike: 'We won't carry out a civil war'

CGT Secretary-General, teamster Hugo Moyano, came on stage today to talk about the nationwide strike called for next Thursday by opposition unions and affirmed “we will go on working and insisting with our demands on Friday, we won’t carry out a civil war.”

He assured no incidents will be produced by unions although “there’s always someone who seeks to distort the strike.” “I mistrust the government more than any other sector of the society,” he fired.

"The day of the strike will be very important and we’ll have not only the unions which have already expressed their acceptance but workers who will join independently, among them, metallurgists,” Moyano said referring to Antonio Caló.

He predicted few answers to their demands from the national government and questioned unionists who accepted the possibility of accepting wage hikes below the inflation figures.

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