"The crisis has deep roots, but President Macri mismanaged the response, exacerbating poverty and hunger," Dr. Jennifer Pribble of the University of Richmond told Newsweek.
"The Argentine Government is making a great effort to assist Aerolíneas Argentinas at this moment, whose numbers are in the red, as always in recent years," Minister of Transport Guillermo Dietrich said.
The 44-crew sub has been missing for over a week, and oxygen supplies may be running out.
A spokesman for President Mauricio Macri has denied the report.
Lopez allegedly hid $9 million in a monastery, was arrested and demanded cocaine in court.
The demonstrators underscored the resistance her conservative successor will face to his plans for change.
Argentines warmed to Macri's pledges to liberalize the economy and stamp out corruption