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The INDEC gave to know the inflation of the month of april and it was from a 6% with what attracted to one rain from critics. The national government was the main actor in the distribution of responsibilities. The opposition, Together for Change and the liberals, took advantage the percentage to leave exposed to current management. Many of the opponents expressed themselves through the networks.

The body that is governed by the national government and directed by Marco Lavagna, like every month, exposed the accumulated inflation of the last month. Although it did not reach that of March (6.7%), it remains at a high threshold. In four months, prices increased by 23.1% and will continue to rise until the end of the year. Faced with this serious inconvenience that Argentina has, the opponents do everything possible to leave the administration of Alberto Fernández more exposed.

One of the first to echo the officialization of INDEC was José Luis Espert. The legislator posted: “April inflation at 6%, which is 100% if it stays like this for a whole year. It seems that multicausality would not be occurring. The factory of the poor to full and all for ignoring science and reality that say that inflation is a monetary phenomenon“.

Today, neither the President nor the economic team generate favorable expectations, because they have lied too much to justify a management that is floundering, from failure to failure. They continue without thinking about the Argentines with the policies they are carrying out”, published one of the referents of the PRO and Together for Change, Cristian Ritondo.

Who also did not want to express concern about the high percentage of inflation was Florence Randazzo. The former Minister of Transportation of Kirchnerism, maintained: “Both the Government and the main opposition space are thinking about 2023, instead of working to solve the 58% inflation that it suffers. This is the most important and urgent issue. The pocket of the Argentines can’t take it anymore!”.


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