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President dismisses central bank governor
Argentine naval chief replaced

year 2012 Top ^

  The head of Argentina's navy has been replaced following the seizure in West Africa of a naval training ship and its 300 crew amid a debt dispute

year 2010 Top ^

  Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has ordered the removal from office of Martin Redrado, who had refused to use currency reserves to pay foreign debt

year 2008 Top ^

  Martin Lousteau has resigned in the wake of a crippling farmers' strike that emptied store shelves and cut exports

year 2001 Top ^

Dec.30 Interim President resigns
  Adolfo Rodriguez Saa resigned 7 days after taking office. He had failed to win the backing of his Peronist party
Dec.20 President resigns
  Fernando de la Rua has resigned amid unrest
Mar.19 New economy minister steps down
  Lopez Murphy resigned two weeks after assuming the post and 3 days after he called for $4.5 billion in spending cuts

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