Javier Milei is Argentina's new president


The politician has already said that the country will not go to BRICS and will abandon the peso.

Javier Milei is Argentina's new president
Javier Milei, the candidate from the opposition libertarian coalition Freedom is coming won the final round of the presidential election in Argentina. This is reported by La Nacion.

According to the National Electoral Council of Argentina, as of 21:35, Mealey had 55.75 per cent of the vote, while his rival Sergio Massu had 44.24 per cent.

Massu, the ruling coalition candidate and current economy minister, conceded defeat and congratulated Milei by phone. "This is the president that the Argentines have chosen," he said.

It is noted that the newly elected president of Argentina promised to lead the country out of the crisis and turn it into a world power again.

Javier Milei, who has already been dubbed "mini-Trump", threatened to break up the Central Bank, switch to the dollar and withdraw Buenos Aires' application to join BRICS

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