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About our Javier Milei news

Latest news on Javier Milei, recently elected President of Argentina. A prominent figure in Argentine politics, Milei is known for his libertarian, right-wing populist stance and anti-establishment rhetoric. As leader of the Liberty Advances party and a federal deputy of Buenos Aires, he has advocated for radical economic reforms, including dollarizing the economy, abolishing the central bank, and reducing the size of the state.

In a historic turn of events, Javier Milei won the presidential election on 19 November 2023. He previously garnered significant attention by securing the most votes in the primary election on 14 August 2023, with over 30%. In the first election round on 22 October 2023, Milei claimed 30% of votes, proceeding to a run-off against Mr Massa. His victory marks a seismic shift in Argentina's political landscape, with voters endorsing Milei's pledge for drastic changes and economic overhaul.

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