Amid rumors of the departure of Paul Moyano of the CGT (General Confederation of Labor of the Argentine Republic), the union leader pointed against the Government for the strong inflationary pressure that has been experienced in the country all year.
The leader of the CGT he assured: “with this inflation, it cannot continue”; at the time, Paul Moyano He warned about the serious consequences that the escalation of prices leaves on the income of the workers.
Likewise, Paul Moyano He stressed that the Government seems to be more concerned with supplying the kiosks with the figurines of the Qatar 2022 World Cup album, than with putting an end to and controlling price marking.
“They care more about the figurines than about the increase in bread”indicated the union leader days ago, when it became known that the Secretary of Commerce, Matías Tombolini, interceded to address the shortage of figurines in the country.
Meanwhile, the trucker leader held a meeting last Wednesday with President Alberto Fernández, after it was speculated that he would leave the leadership of the CGT, after being excluded from a dinner between the head of state and his fellow triumvirate.
The meeting that took place in Quinta de Olivos was also attended by the head of the Canillitas union, Omar Plaini, the deputy secretary of SMATA, Mario “Paco” Manrique, and the head of the Argentine Association of Air Navigators, Juan Pablo Brey.
The president made it clear to the Truckers leader that there was no intention of excluding him from the dinner he shared last Monday night with the other bosses of the workers’ union and they debated together with the other trade unionists, the steps to follow in the face of the current political and economic situation.
What Pablo Moyano and Alberto Fernández talked about
At the meeting between the head of state and the trade unionist topics were discussed such as: an expansion of the universe of beneficiaries of the family wage, wages, inflation and the current economic crisis.
Under this framework, the unionists asked for a bonus or lump sum increase to “reduce labor asymmetry”, as well as an update of the minimum wage and the floor of the so-called income tax, as well as an increase for pensions.