Argentina’s Fernández cancels his trips abroad in the middle of a government crisis

The conflict escalated this Thursday, when the Vice-President published in her networks a letter in which she openly criticized the economic policy of the government and reminded Fernández that she was the one who chose him as candidate for President.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The President of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, suspended his trips abroad, including his visit to Mexico for the summit this Saturday of heads of state of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac), "to finish defining the economic measures that will be announced in the next few days", government sources confirmed to Efe this Friday.

In addition to canceling his attendance at the meeting with his Latin American peers of Celac - a group that Argentina seeks to preside during 2022, in case it receives the necessary support -, the president will not attend the 76th . . .

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