Argentina’s economic crisis weakens president, increases vice president’s influence

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The resignation of Argentina's Economy Minister, Martín Guzmán, was another blow to the autonomy of President Alberto Fernández and an advance of Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in a strategic area of the government, which poses an uncertain scenario for the remainder of her term until 2023, analysts warned on Monday.

Guzmán, who had accompanied the president since she took office in December 2019, resigned on Saturday in . . .

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