Argentine Vice-President Amado Boudou faces charges of corruption.
The accusations date back to his time as economy minister.
He is accused of using his influence to ensure a contract to print Argentina’s currency went to a company of which he controlled.
Boudou claims his innocence and has rejected calls to stand down.
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