Javier Miley: The far-right candidate who promised to close the central bank and dollarize Argentina has been elected president

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Javier Miley

Far-right candidate Javier Miley won the second round of the presidential elections in Argentina yesterday. About 90 percent of the votes were counted. According to unofficial results, Milley received 56 percent of the votes, and Economy Minister Sergio Massa received 44 percent.

Massa, the candidate of the ruling Peronist party, called Miley, the candidate of the La Libertad Avanza (Freedom for Development) party, and congratulated her after the first results were announced.

Addressing his supporters in the capital, Buenos Aires, after his election victory, Miley said, “Today, Argentina’s reconstruction begins. Today is the end of Argentina’s decline. The model of collapse has come to an end. There is no going back.” He added:

“Argentina will return to a place in the world that it should never lose. We will work together with all the nations of the free world to help build a better world.”

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