Monday, November 20, 2023

Radical Political Upstart Javier Milei Wins Argentine Presidency

The outsider neoliberal candidate rose to prominence while promising to overturn the economic and social order in South America’s second-largest economy.

Right-wing populist candidate Javier Milei pulled off a surprising win in the final round of Argentina’s presidential election on Sunday, stunning establishment forces on all sides of the country’s political spectrum.

The result was made official just after 8:00 PM local time when candidate Sergio Massa conceded defeat, having viewed early results that showed a victory for Milei. Early numbers released 30 minutes later showed Milei with almost 56% of the vote with 89% of ballots counted.

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