President-elect Macri urges central bank officials to step down

"We hope they have the dignity and generosity to allow the new government to chose its path by letting chose people in which I and all my team hold trust," Macri told a news conference.

Argentina president-elect Macri urges central bank officials to step down

President-elect Mauricio Macri urged patience from Argentines while he defines his economic strategy and called on officials in the central bank to step aside so that his government could nominate a team that it trusted.

Macri said that his government would need to correct the errors of outgoing President Cristina Fernandez during her eight years in power, including capital controls on the over-inflated peso currency.

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