The comments came after a committee's decision Wednesday to oppose the appointment.
Senate Finance Committee members from the Institutional Revolutionary Party and the Party of the Democratic Revolution joined together to vote 8-4 against the nomination of Carlos Hurtado, a former deputy finance minister, accord
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