Is Dissent Derailing Milei’s Reform Goals in Argentina?

On May 6th, our Managing Director, Juan Cruz Díaz, was featured on an article by Latin America Advisor, a daily publication of The Dialogue.

The article discusses large protests in Argentina against President Milei’s budget cuts to public universities. These cuts have sparked concerns about the universities’ ability to function amid inflation. Demonstrators are pushing back against what they see as austerity measures that could harm education quality and economic development.

Juan Cruz Díaz provides insight into the goals of the protesters and the impact of the demonstrations. He highlights the importance of public universities in Argentine society, particularly among the middle class, and suggests that the protests serve as a warning to Milei’s government about the consequences of its policies.

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