The delayed transition in the AFIP seems to be taking flight: this Tuesday afternoon two of the candidates to occupy the leadership of the tax collection agency visited the current federal administrator, Carlos Castagnetto.
According to a qualified official source consulted, Florencia Mizrahi and Liban Kusa, a tax lawyer who had been floated for the position, appeared at the government headquarters this afternoon. They are two of the president-elect's advisers who had been recommended for the position by Nicolas Posse, who would take over as chief of staff next Sunday.
The name of Mizrahi, another tax expert, began to gain traction on Tuesday. On the other hand, Kusa, who is a partner in the law firm of Daniel Funes de Rioja and has filed dozens of lawsuits against the State, had been positioning himself for days to take over the body located in front of the Plaza de Mayo.