Argentine President Javier Milei gets himself on Time’s front cover

Before anyone jumps to any conclusions about why, it has nothing to do with whether he is good or bad as a president. Presidents like Hitler, Nixon, and Trump would have never otherwise appeared on the cover. It is purely because he is an icon for the libertarian movement of our times. Still considered by the majority the country’s economic saviour, President Javier Milei now finds himself in the unenviable position of despising his new office. The opulent Casa Rosada, with its lavish blue chair and intricately…

Argentine business leaders warm to Javier Milei’s presidency

The president-elect enjoyed support from the group known as the ‘G6,’ with many asking for deep changes. Excitement and anticipation filled the air in Argentina after the victory of far-right economist Javier Milei in Sunday’s election. Leaders and major business associations quickly supported the president-elect, voicing their eagerness to join forces and tackle the country’s economic issues. Amidst the congratulations pouring in for Milei, the renowned “G6” alliance, comprised…

Libertarian Javier Milei to become Argentina’s next president

The ruling party’s presidential candidate, Peronist and current Minister of Economy of Argentina, Sergio Massa, acknowledged on Sunday the victory of his libertarian and far-right contender, Javier Milei, in the second round of elections in the country. The candidate of Libertad Avanza surpassed Massa in the ballotage by almost 8 points. The support received in the country’s interior, especially in Córdoba and Mendoza, was decisive, it was reported. Almost 50 minutes before the time announced for…

Maybe increasingly popular politician Javier Milei might just be what Argentina needs to stop the race to the bottom by the Peronists

Malvinas sovereignty negotiations are going to be very long. it’s a complicated issue”, and although a territorial claim, “Argentina never created the conditions for Falkland Islanders to want to become Argentine citizens”, said Javier Milei, an Argentine member of the Lower House who was the sensation of last October’s midterm election Brashly independent, libertarian, an outsider and caustic critic of what he defines as the “Argentine political cast”, which costs taxpayers 5% of the…
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