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Moyano: 'If you disagree with the gov't, you become an enemy'

Anti-government CGT''s Hugo Moyano (C) stands up after holding a press conference to explain the turnout to a general strike launched earlier this year.

Head of the anti-government splinter of the CGT labour confederation Hugo Moyano talks with “most candidates” seeking to battle for the presidential seat in 2015 but not that much with figures of the ruling Victory Front party, he said.

“We are talking with the majority of candidates, to a lesser extent with the government’s,” Moyano told reporters this morning as he called to “recover the political coexistence that could allow us to agree on different issues.”

The also leader of the teamsters union accused the government of “imposing” its positions. “That who does not agree (with the government), is turned into an enemy,” Moyano said.

“That chapter has to end. We all have to rebuild the country. We have to say as someone who knew a lot said, this country is fixed among all or nobody will fix it,” the CGT secretary general added referring to Juan Domingo Perón, the historic leader of the Peronist party.

Moyano's statements come as the federal administration holds talks with heads of the pro-government factions of the CGT labour confederation and the CTA central of Workers, Antonio Caló and Hugo Yasky respectively, to discuss mainly possible modifications in Argentina's income tax scheme.

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