May 21, 2013
'The Gov't is acting like a mythomaniac,' Moyano
The secretary-general of the CGT labour umbrella union Hugo Moyano took another swing at President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s government and said that it acts like a mythomaniac, accusing the head of state of acting with “hatred.”
“To govern is not making everyone believe all that you do is good; that is an act of mythomania,” Moyano said today.
During a radio interview, Moyano also said that “the government has a lot of hatred” and that “you are either a slave or an enemy, there is no middle ground,” as a citizen and worker.
“Cristina does not see herself as a queen anymore. Now she sees herself as a goddess,” the trade union leader furthered.
Aside from Moyano’s comments made earlier this morning, the CGT umbrella union faction that he controls was protesting in front of the INADI, a government organization set up to fight against different types of discrimination, to complain about minimum wage for workers that have a family.