Javier Milei Tries Switching Managers

By Juan Cruz Díaz

Guillermo Francos steps in to advance the economic agenda through Congress and help manage the government as the president focuses on international engagements.

BUENOS AIRES — Javier Milei’s appointment of a new cabinet chief comes at a delicate moment. With Milei's ambitious economic agenda still in Congress, there are signs markets are watchful, and the president himself is focusing on travels outside Argentina. Guillermo Francos' success in this role is thus essential. Francos replaces Nicolas Posse, who left office after five months. Although Posse was very close to the president and responsible for key issues like U.S.-Argentina bilateral relations and the intelligence agency, he faced challenges in engaging with ministers, political and...

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