Redrado reinstated


Martín Redrado, governor of the central bank of Argentina, returned to his post on Friday as the constitutional crisis in the South American country deepened.

Redrado was fired on Thursday evening by the country's president, Cristina Fernández, who used an executive decree to force his removal.

A spokesman at the central bank confirmed that Redrado had returned to work on Friday following the issue of an injunction by Mariá José Sarmiento, a federal judge. Sarmiento, who also blocked the preside

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