Last Sunday (22), Argentines went to the polls to elect the next president who will govern the country for four years – and the result put the current economy minister, Sergio Massa, ahead, who overcame the favoritism of the ultra-liberal Javier Milei, with who will compete in the second round on November 19th.
The most prominent theme of all candidates’ campaigns was the economy. Argentina faces a critical situation, with hyperinflation, currency devaluation and economic slowdown.
This scenario leveraged the ultraliberal candidate Javier Milei. Due to his positions and his combative communication style, he earned the nickname “Argentine Bolsonaro”.
To comment on the results of the Argentine elections, Isabella Faria talks to the correspondent in Buenos Aires, Júlia Barbon, at Como é que é? this Monday (23).
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