Against the President of Argentina was charged because of the agreement with the IMF, the media are writing

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Druginderal in Photobacterium Argentina Mauricio Macri. Archival photoAgainst the President of Argentina was charged because of the agreement with the IMF, the media are writing© RIA Novosti / Alexei Druginderal the image Bank

Argentine Prosecutor Jorge Felipe di Lello brought charges against the country’s President Mauricio Macri and several Ministers of abuse of power and dereliction of duty of public officials because of the signing of the agreement with the International monetary Fund (IMF), reports Clarin.

Indicates that the Prosecutor made the decision to move the case, having considered the complaint of the representative of the Argentine party «popular unity» (Unidad Popular), Claudio Lozano and representative of the organization Observatorio del Derecho a la Ciudad of Jonathan Valdivieso and considering some of the arguments are «logical and credible».

Cause of complaint was, according to the plaintiffs, the signing of the agreement with the IMF without any permission from the Congress.

As writes the edition, the judge, Julian, Ercolini have to take a decision on interim measures, which would have suspended enforcement of the agreement with the IMF.

At the end of June, the IMF formally approved a loan to Argentina of $ 50 billion scheme stand-by. This solution allows the country immediately to $ 15 billion, half of this amount will be used to support the state budget. The remaining part of the financial support for the IMF — $ 35 billion — will be available for the duration of the agreement on the basis of quarterly reviews.

Earlier Macri had said that the 50-billion dollar support Fund may need country earlier than expected. In Argentina there is a heavy financial position. Central Bank of the country raised the level of interest rates to a record 60% on the backdrop of the fall of the peso. With the beginning of the year the Argentine currency has depreciated more than 45% against the dollar.

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