Elisa Carrió, a member of the Argentinian Chamber of Deputies, is trying to block the appointment of Alejandro Vanoli as the new governor of the Central Bank of Argentina, arguing he is not suitable for the role and has no independence from the government.
Carrió, who is president and founder of one of the opposition parties of the government, the Civil Coalition ARI, yesterday sent a letter to the senator in charge of the Agreement Commission, which will analyse Vanoli's appointment.
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