At the new fiscal year on April one, Gustavo Manuel Vasquez officially became the Governor of the Central Bank of Belize. But, after a mere 134 days on the job, the Briceno government is now looking for Vasquez’s replacement. This evening, a release from the bank confirmed that Vasquez left the post effective Friday, August 13. There are questions lingering now over Vasquez’s abrupt departure, but Love News understands that there were differences between Vasquez and the Board of Directors, headed by Chairman Sydney Campbell. Campbell, who was the bank’s governor during the Musa Administration, has been directed by the Prime Minister to now lead the bank’s operations until a new Governor is appointed. According to the bank, the appointment of Vasquez’s replacement is expected shortly. During this period of transition, Deputy Governors Marilyn Gardiner-Usher and Kareem Michael will work the bank’s senior management and staff to continue the bank’s work. Prior to taking on the post as the Governor of the Central Bank, Vasquez served as a consultant to the International Monetary Fund – the I.M.F – the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Government of Bermuda, the Monetary Authority of Bermuda, the Central Bank of Paraguay, the Central Bank of Albania, the International Financial Services Volunteer Corps, and ECOWAS West Africa.