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Gov't on alleged leaked memo: 'We said all we had to say in Court'

Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich refused to give further details on an alleged leaked legal memo which would advise the government on a plan to restructure Argentina’s bonds outside the reach of US courts if the Supreme Court does not take the case against holdout investors, the so called Vulture Funds. “The document was leaked without consent,” he stressed.

In the wake of US Court deciding whether to take Argentina’s case, after the government requested that rulings from lower courts in favour of the Vulture Funds were revised, Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich refused to discuss any further details.

“We said all we had to say on May 27 in Court,” the Cabinet Chief stated. “Argentina will not give further details”.

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