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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Alberto Fernández breeds confidence. After almost six months as Argentina's president, he is still very popular. But he also keeps virtually all the uncertainties open. The management of two very complex crises, the pandemic and the debt renegotiation, takes up most of his time.

Neither his project nor his true strength within Peronism is yet known. In the coming weeks, when it comes to deconfinement and if, after the default declared on Friday, it is found that there is an agreement with the creditors or whether Argentina is definitively isolated from the international financial . . .

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