A few months before the presidential elections, Alberto Fernández’s chief adviser submitted his resignation. Antonio Aracre had taken office in February of this year and was for many years CEO of the agricultural technology company Syngenta.
In his social networks, Aracre maintained that he submitted his resignation to the President to “deactivate any operation tending to unsettle the markets”. It should be noted that a few days ago, rumors circulated that he himself could replace the current Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa.
Alberto Fernandez’s response
The President of the Nation thanked his former adviser for the participation in his Government: “I know that we both dream of a fairer country and we will continue working to achieve it.”