For this reason, he questioned -like Sergio Massa- that “the negotiations were badly faced from the beginning” with the international organization, although he clarified that “Any agreement with the IMF is a bad agreement by definition”.

“This agreement is bad, but it was an attempt to say and show the opposite, that it was a very good agreement, but not really,” Kicillof explained.

Finally, he postulated that “Since it was a political loan, I think that all the appeal to the usual rules of the IMF… should have been planted directly on that.”

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Sergio Massa faces negotiations with the IMF. Both he and Axel Kicillof questioned Martín Guzmán.

Photo: Presidency

Before the governor, the current Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, raised in Futurock in reference to his predecessor that “if the government had to raise a hill, it is best to remain silent and collaborate in the best way. Do not enter the political dispute and public dispute”.

“There was no flow of information, there was no back and forth that allowed analyzing or collaborating on the best possible agreement for Argentina. There was a discretionary management that caused the minister to end up discussing from one day to the next what the agreement was going to be like” , hill.


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