October 1, 2014
Strike had 'empty slogans,' CTA's Yasky says
The Secretary General of the pro-government splinter of the CTA Hugo Yasky has questioned union leaders who yesterday launched a walkout against the Kirchnerite administration. An opposition “mélange,” Yasky considered.
“I can’t figure what common project could come up from such mélange we saw yesterday. Those are very heterogeneous forces that one could hardly expect they could agree on something more than on two or three empty slogans,” Yasky told reporters today and warned Thrusday’s strike was a proof of how anti-government unions were “regrouping” ahead of the 2015 presidential elections.
“Carrying out a walkout against crime it is like me saying that we have to strike against injustice. Such idea leads to no project,” the CTA head added and considered union leaders should worry about “real problems” such the rate of unregistered workers that has reached 24 percent.