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https://www.img.in.th/images/9e9b9de825e85244f48ccf8f1186fdde.jpgArgentina's economy minister resigns. Jensen economic-political crisis


The resignation comes amid the rift of the Coalitionสล็อตรองรับวอลเล็ตgovernment. On how to deal with Argentina's economic crisis

On July 3, 2022, Al Jazeera reported that "Martin Guzman", Minister of Economy of Argentina. The organizer of debt agreements with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has resigned.



Guzman's announcement of his resignation came amid the rift of the coalition government. On how to deal with Argentina's worsening economic crisis

Guzman, 39, was a minister at the end of 2019 and is a close ally of Argentine President Alberto Fernandez. The reason for resignation was not specified.

But the 7-page letter posted on Twitter He pointed out that internal struggles were at least part of the reason for his resignation. He has also urged President Fernandez to resolve the rift. so that the next minister does not have to suffer which was the same difficulty he encountered.



Guzman, who has clashed with vice-president Christina Fernandez de Kirchner, two-term in power, said he still believed in his own vision of the path. that Argentina should follow

The former minister was the driving force behind the approval of a new $44 billion deal with the IMF. at the beginning of the year After having failed once in 2018

But the legislature allied with the vice president. which calls for increased spending to alleviate poverty levels has voted against the agreement with the IMF The agreement was passed by the House of Commons with support from the opposition.


Guzman posted his own resignation letter. Fernandez de Kirchner delivers a tribute to former Argentine president Juan Domingo Peron.

his resignation occurred at the end of the week of economic turmoil. which caused instability in Argentina. which is the country with the third largest economy in Latin America while the peso hit a record low against the dollar. Inflation has soared above 60%, and truck drivers are protesting over diesel shortages.
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