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Pablo Biró asked to "turn the government"



April 17, 2019

He raised it in a union meeting. Statements by the Secretary-General of the airline association have been recorded in a video circulating on social networks.

Pablo Biró raised
Pablo Biró said "face this government and turn it over".

The general secretary of the airline association, Pablo Biró, stated that the premise of its basic delegations is "Turn to this government and turn it around."

The statements, including exabrupto, were made last week during the plenary session of the Regional Conference of the General Conference (CGT).

The speech was recorded on video and distributed via social networks. "I can do nothing but hope when we say that we should give a fight of struggle, which from the bases that refer to you, from the whole deep interior of the nation says that we stand up, we will get stuck and stop c … .. p … Let's face this government and turn it around ", confirms and raises a great ovation.

"I can do nothing but feel empowered. To undertake the commitment to give the fight in the airports, in every airport, in every space, in every Argentine aircraft that is part of our nation being delivered. So I take this space to tell these words, with great respect, excuse the outbreak, but it seems to me that the fighting does not come to the knees. The only way we have to change our reality is to get up ", concludes Biró.

Watch the video:

The trade unionist, who since 2012 leads the pilot's most important guild (there is another, only for Austral pilots), leads to a successful negotiation with Aerolineas Argentina's leadership, with whom he is prepared to sign a wage agreement that includes a trigger clause for inflation.

But during the plenary it is annoyed so that CGT's management confirms a fight of struggle which he says will give "At every airport, in every space, in every Argentine aircraft that is part of our nation being delivered".

Remember that the pilot's guild joins the strike on April 30 and all flights will be affected.


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