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Monday, September 20, 2021

Argentinean Vice President Calls for Political Pact to end the country’s Currency Crisis

Argentinean Vice President Cristina Kirchner called on Tuesday night for a grand political agreement between the government and the opposition in order to solve the country’s mounting currency crisis.

Argentinean Vice President Cristina Kirchner called on Tuesday night for a grand political agreement between the government and the opposition in order to solve the country’s mounting currency crisis. 

In a public statement touching on numerous subjects, Kirchner said that the country’s “bimonetary economy” must be fixed once at for all since this was “deeply unsustainable.”

The former president, who led Argentina from the year 2007 to 2015, called for the country’s government and opposition to work together in order to solve the problem, a suggestion that prompted incredulity from the opposition.

“The problem of the bimonetary economy, which is, without a doubt, the most serious that our country has, it is impossible to solve without an agreement that encompasses all the political, economic, media and social sectors of the Argentine Republic. Whether we like it or not, that is reality and with it you can do anything but ignore it. Bimonetary politics is not an ideological problem: it is neither left nor right,” Kirchner said.

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