What’s Ahead for Alberto Fernández’s Last Year in Office?

By Gabriel Brasil, Marina Pera

With hopes pinned on a new economy minister, several factors could disrupt the country’s fragile stability.

Looking forward to the last year of Argentine President Alberto Fernández’s term, the question presents itself: How likely is it that things will go from bad to worse The government's declining popularity is being compounded by skyrocketing inflation and increased social tensions that now look to be the central feature of Argentina’s political landscape. Not all of this is new, of course: Inflation and a lack of dollars are well known problems for Argentines. But these problems have been exacerbated over the past two years by the pandemic and the government’s never-ending...

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