On December 10, The Guardian featured a commentary by our Managing Director, Juan Cruz Diaz, on Argentina’s new president, Javier Milei. Milei, vowing to lift the country from “decades of decadence,” expressed concerns about an impending economic crisis. The inauguration drew global far-right figures, but left-wing leaders were notably absent.
Juan Cruz Díaz suggests that the country is entering unknown territory, emphasizing Milei’s history as a disruptive candidate and TV economist. As Milei introduces what is described as “shock measures” to address Argentina’s economic challenges, the article notes that the first anti-government protests are already being planned.
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