Ex-governor backs candidate who wants to abolish BCRA

Guido Sandleris says ‘continuity of Kirchnerism’ would be worse for Argentina

Guido Sandleris
Guido Sandleris, former governor of the BCRA
www.argentina.gob.ar/Wikimedia Commons

Former Argentine central bank governor Guido Sandleris has endorsed presidential candidate Javier Milei, who has committed to abolishing the central bank.

Milei came second in the first round of Argentina’s presidential elections on October 22. The governing Union for the Homeland’s candidate, Sergio Massa, managed an unexpected first-place finish, with almost 36.7% of the vote, to Milei’s 30%. Massa has been the economy minister since last year, while headline inflation in the country has

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