Guzmán resigned from the position of Minister of Economy

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Photo: Diego Levy

Martín Guzmán resigned from his position as Minister of Economy, in a letter addressed to President Alberto Fernández published this afternoon on his Twitter social network account.

“With the deep conviction and confidence in my vision of the path that Argentina should follow, I will continue working and acting for a fairer, freer and more sovereign Homeland,” said Guzmán.

In his letter to the President, the now former official thanked him for his trust and considered “a true honor to accompany him in the task of putting our country on its feet.”

“Together we have taken steps so that the economy of our country recovers and grows. The hour needs that whoever you decide to take the reins of the Ministry that until today I had the honor of leading”

“Together we have taken steps so that the economy of our country recovers and grows. The hour needs that whoever you have take the reins of the Ministry that until today I had the honor of leading”, he affirmed, after carrying out an extensive analysis of his management at the front of wallet.

For Guzmán, “it will be essential that I work on a political agreement within the ruling coalition so that whoever replaces me, who will have this high responsibility ahead of him, has centralized management of the macroeconomic policy instruments necessary to consolidate the progress described and make facing the challenges ahead.

“That will help whoever succeeds me to carry out the steps leading to economic and social progress with the political support that is necessary for them to be effective,” he added.

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