Buenos Aires buzzed last week with all sorts of political rumors. Among the more startling:
¶ The Nov. 11 presidential election might be put off.
¶ Armed with the six-month leave of absence voted him by Congress, President Perón and his ailing wife might soon go to Switzerland for their health.
¶ Several cabinet ministers were about to resign.
Foreign Minister Jerónimo Remorino, a Perón favorite, did hand in his resignation, apparently because of a cabinet row over the country's rickety economic policy, but he withdrew it at the President's request. Argentines took that calmly enough, but were totally perplexed by President Perón's...