Opinion: Economic crisis in Argentina accelerates the political pace

Fernández's calls for dialogue have failed to break through the reticence that has prevailed in the corporate world for months. Businessmen and investors agree that there is still no plan that sets out a clear short- and medium-term horizon.

By Florencia Donovan

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) The situation will not give rest to the president, whose weakness is perceived by his own people and others; in the red circle they believe that a change of political sign is inevitable in 2023.

Investors are certain: everything that comes to President Alberto Fernández from now on will be worse. The weakness of the president's leadership is perceived by people inside and outside the country.

Not even the Callao faction, which Fernández created in 2017 and which includes some of the names that accompanied him long before Cristina . . .

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