Juan Pablo Brey is the owner of AAA, the Argentine Aircraft Association, which paralyzed Aerolínea Argentinas on Friday and forced 31 flights and 5,000 passengers to be canceled.
The political fate of today's airborne gremialism is related to Facundo Moyano, the deputy of the red blazing block for Argentina and the exhibitor of the tolls' staff guild.
AAA was the only airline union that was part of the CGT Executive Committee and in that capacity led to the general strike that the Labor Center carried out on 25 and 25 June.
But. Paradoxically, it is the only air traffic trade union with a certain level of dialogue with the national government. Transport Minister Guillermo Dietrich often mentions the AAA leader as part of the dial-up wing of the large lane of his eight aircraft, grouped by airline pilots to ports.
Brey was the one who moved from the Violet List to the green list of AAA's leadership, which in recent years took over the flags of the hard kingdom.
The Green List's referrals were former housekeeper and former ambassador Alicia Castro and his successor Ricardo Frecia, who guided the air guards for 23 years. But while Brey does not integrate the hard core of the five unions belonging to Union Unions United Airbeatics (APLA, APTA, UALA, APA and UPSA), he is looking for an opponent of his own.
Delays at the airport due to the arrest of Argentine airlines due to layoffs. Photo by Néstor García
Earlier in October, he left the Labor Center near Moyano in Brey jail, a few hours after HGH Moyano's representative at the CGT triumvirate, Juan Carlos Schmidt.
"At this time in our moment we escorted our colleague Juan Carlos Schmid, and now, after our leaders left this place, after meeting with our board of directors at the delegates' plenary session, we decided that it was meaningless to continue to attend," he added.
You've rescinded your profile again, with a game running from the aviation unions to your left, but with the handbrake, without having to reach the "wild stop" instance. Brey was the one who said last week that his trade union increased by 40% with Aerolineas Argentinas. He suggested that he "forgot" to clarify that the increase that Aeronavegantes had accumulated over the past 12 monthslast October between September and September, since no sectoral guild so far has started talking about a particular issue with the state flag.
The Aerolíneas Argentinas's work stoppage resulted in airport delays due to layoffs. Photo by Néstor García
Young and flirtatious like Moyano (son), Brey does not trust her to pursue a political career. It would not be the first time an Air Force trade union arrives for Congress: Castro's predecessor has already done sowho was deputy before Cristina Kirchner appointed his ambassador in Venezuela and the United Kingdom later. Another member of this group of unionists was Ariel Basteiro, who was also a lawmaker.