Inflation has accumulated around 60%, unemployment is above 12% and the currency is at a record low against the dollar. Besides the scenario of economic decline, the country is witnessing a conflict between President Alberto Fernandez and Vice President Cristina Kirchner – a feud that has reached its climax in recent days, with the resignation of the Economy Minister at the same time as Cristina. Deliver a speech criticizing the country’s economic policy. “Government is paralyzed,” Janina Fernandez sums up in a conversation with Natoza Neri in this episode. A special correspondent for O Globo newspaper, Janaína, describes an “epidemic of disappointment” that has plagued the Argentine soil. Straight from Buenos Aires, it tells how residents are looking for work outside the country to receive it in other currencies. And he remembers how the conflict between the president and his deputy is old (passing through the legislative elections of 2021) – the resumption of friction with the first Kirchner government, and still in 2008. In the midst of the crisis agreement with the IMF. With the president’s support, the agreement now has no guarantees of fulfillment, in the face of a “zero” central bank of reserves.
Podcasts by: Mônica Mariotti, Isabel Seta, Tiago Aguiar, Lorena Lara, Gabriel de Campos, Luiz Felipe Silva, Thiago Kaczuroski, Gustavo Honório and Eto Osclighter. Presentation: Renata Le Pretty.
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