Demonstrators protest in front of Congress as lawmakers debate a foreign debt restructuring bill in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2020. Lawmakers began discussing the bill to restructure the country’s external public debt which officials say is unpayable amid a deep recession and has reawakened old fears of financial crises. The sign reads in Spanish “Don’t pay the foreign debt. IMF get out.” (AP Photo/Daniel Jayo)
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina The Chamber of Deputies voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to approve a bill to restructure the Argentine governments $100 billion debt, which officials say is unpayable amid a deep recession that has reawakened old fears of financial crises.