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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Gov't says walkout 'served for nothing,' calls unions for 'rationality'

Cabinet Chief Aníbal Fernández said Tuesday’s walkout led by anti-government unions was “hideous” and that “served for nothing.”

“Reality is the strike, when analyzed, was hideous. There is no way to maintain that there was an absence higher to 20 percent in many jobs and that they want to show that as a good strike. It makes no sense,” the head of ministers said this morning while addressing reporters as he walked into the Casa Rosada presidential palace.

“The strike served for nothing, what has to be done is to sit down and continue discussing salaries on a table in a rational way,” Fernández affirmed as he praised collective bargaining talks held with labour sectors such as the UOM metallurgical union and the UOCRA construction union that ended wage talks, observing “the Argentine law.”

“Yesterday, I said the strike was an electoral matter; I reaffirm it and t is even a deeper matter. This was a political strike that seeks to spoil; a measure that has not been complied with in most neighbourhoods across the country.”

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