On November 21, our Managing Director, Juan Cruz Díaz, shared his analysis and observations about Javier Milei’s rise to the presidency in Argentina in an article on “The Latin America Advisor”, a daily publication of “The Dialogue”.
In this article, he mentions that Milei’s rise to the presidency is a result of various factors, including widespread discontent with the ruling coalition, economic challenges such as rising inflation and poverty rates, and fatigue with the political status quo, especially Kirchnerism.
The passage emphasizes the importance of skillful consensus-building for Milei to successfully navigate economic reforms and international relations. Balancing bold economic measures with garnering support is considered crucial for the success of Milei’s administration.
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