While Cristina Fernández de Kirchner gives her speech in the Senate for the anniversary of Perón’s death, the former Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán, tendered his resignation. He announced it on his Twitter account and maintained: “With the deep conviction and confidence in my vision of the path that Argentina should follow, I will continue working and acting for a fairer, freer and more sovereign Homeland.”
The economist began his text addressed to the President: “I want to thank you deeply for trusting me and the team that we have formed in the Ministry for these more than 30 months of work, which were marked by an absolutely unique scenario. When our government took office, Argentina was mired in a deep economic, social and debt crisis, and to this was added first a global pandemic and then the current war in Ukraine, which have been profoundly disruptive of the functioning of the international economic system”.
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