Azopardo

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José Ignacio Rucci - General Secretary of The CGT
... The CGT split into the conservative Azopardo branch (named after the headquarters' address in Buenos Aires), and the CGT de los Argentinos (CGTA) following the annulment of left-wing graphist workers' leader ... The eventual Cordobazo of May 1969 led to the CGT-Azopardo's placement in receivership (the CGTA had been banned from the start), though in December, the order was ... during the Normalization Congress, which led to deepened differences between the CGT-Azopardo and the CGTA, which claimed a more radical leftist stance opposed to the military junta ...
Azopardo River
... The Azopardo River (Spanish Río Azopardo), is a river in Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, Chile at the southern tip of South America ...
General Confederation Of Labour (Argentina) - From The 1950s To The 1980s Democratic Transition - Dirty War
... the other supporting negotiation with the military, named at first CNT and then CGT-Azopardo (led by Jorge Triaca) ... Both the CGT-Brasil and the CGT-Azopardo were named after the streets on which the headquarters were located ... The CGT-Azopardo negotiated with the military dictatorship the control of the medical-care health-insurance organisations (obras sociales) ...
General Confederation Of Labour (Argentina) - From The 1950s To The 1980s Democratic Transition - The 1968 Split Between The CGT-Azopardo and The CGT De Los Argentinos
... In 1968, the CGT divided itself into the CGT-Azopardo, which gathered proponents of collaboration with the military junta (also named "participationists", they included the ... and Rogelio Coria boasted 596,863 members and the CGT Azopardo, headed by Vandor, boasted 770,085 members and the majority in the Confederal Congress ...
Azzopardi
... A similar surname is Azopardo, which is also the names of the Azopardo River (Spanish Río Azopardo), a river in Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, Chile at the southern tip of South America ...