Argentina rejects reform?

After a crushing defeat for Macri in August’s primaries, most Argentines expect a win by the opposition left wing Peronists, who first came to power in 1946 under the populist general Juan Perón and, as the country’s dominant political force, who have overseen much of Argentina’s deterioration during the past half-century from its covered position as one of the richest in the world earlier that century. Nowhere is this more evident than in Villa 31 in Buenos Aires, which, situated around train tracks…

Macri cruelly bashed in the Primary elections​ as Argentines back a return to the past

The preliminary results from voting at the weekend suggest the conservative Macri will face an uphill battle going into general elections in October, marking a sharp turnaround from just under four years ago when the country’s left-leaning era appeared to be coming to a definitive end. With 88 per cent of polling stations tallied on Monday, official results gave the presidential slate headed by Alberto Fernandez and his vice-presidential running mate, Cristina Fernandez, about 47 per cent of the votes.…
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