Argentina’s economy minister Martin Guzmán resigns

The release came as Vice President Cristina Kirchner gave a public speech criticizing the country's economic development. Kirchner questioned the policies of then-Minister Guzmán.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Amid Argentina's economic crisis, the country's Economy Minister, Martín Guzmán, resigned from his post on Saturday (2). The announcement was made through a letter published on his Twitter account.

The text is addressed to Argentine President Alberto Fernandéz. "With deep conviction and confidence in my vision of the path Argentina must take, I will continue to work and act for a more just, free, and sovereign homeland," Guzmán says in the release in Spanish.

In the 7-page letter, Guzmán explains that one path to a "tranquil economy" is . . .

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