Kicillof spoke of Martín Guzmán and revealed the reason why he left the Government

In the last few hours Axel Kicillof touched on a touchy subject when he referred to what was the departure of Martín Guzmán from the Ministry of Economy. She did it by participating in the class “Buenos Aires. The hour of leadership. Towards an agenda with regional and global impact”in the Faculty of Legal and Social Sciences of the National University of La Plata (UNLP)invited by the Institute for Political Training (IPC).

“Allow me one more topical digression. I was listening the other day, or I read a bit of the interview with Guzmán, who was a minister until recently, and he said that he had set an ultimatum and explained what that ultimatum was and who was that ultimatum.. Because he said ‘there was a run or the beginning of a run’ and then to put an end to that financial move ‘I put an ultimatum, that they had to change certain things’ that had to do with the Central Bank”, recalled the governor of the province of Buenos Aires, disconnecting and running from the focus to Kirchnerism.

At the same time, Kicillof focused on the fact that the problem was not related to “officials of Cristina or Máximo”thus maintaining that the conflict had occurred with Miguel Angel fishwho commands the Central Bank and whom the Buenos Aires president points out as “Alberto’s man”.

Continuing with the explanation of the reasons that Guzmán had to present his resignation as Minister of Economy, Axel stated: “It had nothing to do with energy, it had to do with a discussion about financial variables, which are economic policy discussions. In other words, the resignation had nothing to do with any of the other factors, he said that his resignation had to do with the discussion with Pesce. Pesce that was confirmed again, recently, in the Central Bank. It is not an evaluation of that, simply a verification that they are economic policy decisions.

Finally, Kicillof focused on the future and said: “The discussion that is coming is whether we want a State that intervenes in the economy to expand rights or one at the service of small minorities.”

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