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Hugo Moyano

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powerful General Labor Confederation

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Printers Strike Leaves France with No Newspapers on July 5 - Vote Harry Kelber for AFL-CIO President

voteharry.org [cached]

The strike was called by Hugo Moyano, the head of the powerful General Labor Confederation, who was once a close ally of Fernandez.
The strike's effect was limited, despite the thousands of people streaming into the Plaza de Mayo, where Moyano made a stirring speech.


Nationwide, day-long strike in Argentina halted transportation

www.idstrac.com [cached]

"The government should listen to the silence that was in the streets, in factories today," Hugo Moyano, head of the General Labor Confederation, told reporters.


stratrisks.com

The demonstration was called by Hugo Moyano, the head of the powerful General Labor Confederation union.


www.elpasotimes.com

The demonstration was called by Hugo Moyano, the head of the powerful General Labor Confederation who was once a close ally of Fernandez but is now one of her fiercest critics.
"There's a reality that shows that people are not going through a good time," Moyano told local Radio Mitre. "We see it in the capital when the government handles this situation as if we were living the best year in Swiss history but when you see people living underneath highways." Moyano accused the government of orchestrating the looting. "This was staged by the government to victimize itself," Moyano said at a televised news conference. "The president is out of sync," said Moyano, who in recent months has increasingly appeared alongside her political opponents and often speaks out against the government that he long championed.


www.elpasotimes.com

The demonstration was called by Hugo Moyano, the head of the powerful General Labor Confederation union.
He was once a close ally of Fernandez and her late husband, former President Nestor Kirchner, and his support helped Fernandez win re-election. "Let the (president) take care of inflation eating up our salaries and the insecurity that is affecting all Argentines," Moyano told a cheering crowd of union members who set off fireworks, banged on drums and waved Argentine flags.


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