The Government insisted yesterday that the mobilization of the CGT was not against it but that it aimed “at speculators and price makers.”
That diagnosis, which he repeated in the previous one, was defended by the Casa Rosada even after the truck driver Pablo Moyano complained about inflation and asked the President, Alberto Fernández: “Put what you have to put, sit down these guys ( in reference to the employers), put the fines that you have to put that the workers are going to pay you. Alberto, get that bonus and that fixed sum for the workers who do not make it to the end of the month, keep the parity free, that the allocation reaches all the workers”.
Far from the Obelisk and the Congress, where the march passed, the President chose to travel yesterday to Chilecito, in La Rioja, to commemorate the death of General San Martín and deliver 78 homes in the area, in addition to inaugurating a kindergarten. He did not make any mention of the CGT, or the rise in prices, and instead he spoke of an Argentina that “is recovering, growing and advancing.”
Beyond Fernández’s omission, spokesmen for the Casa Rosada preferred to praise what they interpreted as “a great mobilization, which shows how strong and dynamic the workers’ union is, and that it has the same objectives as the Government in its fight against the inflation, speculators and price makers”. In addition, they understood that Moyano’s statements were not “against” the president because in “the same sentence he says that he is going to bank him.”
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