Argentina unions’ leaders arrested in Uruguay

The standing of Argentina's labour unions has been damaged after several union leaders were arrested for corruption.

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    Argentina's labour unions are among the strongest in Latin America.

    But their standing has been damaged after several union leaders were arrested for corruption.

    Some, however, believe the arrests are a way for the government to pressure unions to support its policies.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports Uruguay.


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