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Javier Milei: “Today a new era begins in Argentina”

The president of Argentina, Javier MileiThis Sunday, he began his speech to citizens after taking office in the position he will hold for the period 2023-2027, pointing out that “today a new era begins”in the South American country.

From a tribune installed at the foot of the steps of the National Congressin the presence of the main international representatives who attended his presidential inauguration and before tens of thousands of citizens gathered nearby, the libertarian economist added that today “ending a long and sad story of decay and decline”.

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Milei reviewed the entire legacy left by the Peronist Government Alberto Fernández (2019-2023) to paint a harsh picture of the country in which it finds itself and in which it will have to make difficult economic decisions and, in this sense, compared the impact of the fall of the Berlin Wall with the results of the last Argentine elections.

Like the fall of the Berlin Wall, these elections marked a turning point in our history“, indicated the new Argentine president.

The leader of Advances of Freedom highlighted that “No government has received a worse inheritance” than the one your Executive now encounters.

On stage, very reminiscent of the inaugurations of the presidents of U.Sto the point that Milei himself spoke of “opening” -term used in that country-, the main international guests were also present.

Sitting next to the pulpit were the King Philip VI from Spain, which arrived this Saturday; the presidents of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky; Pepper, Gabriel Boric; Uruguay, Luis Lacalle Pouand Paraguay, Santiago Penaas well as the Prime Minister of Hungary, Victor Orbánbetween others.

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With the Ukrainian leader, Javier Milei They talked for a few minutes before hugging each other in gratitude for traveling to Argentina in the middle of the war their country is suffering.

Former presidents of Argentina could also be seen among the guests. Mauricio Macri (2015-2019) and Brazil JairBolsonaro (2019-2023).

Javier Milei will be the president of Argentina for the period 2023-2027 after having won the second electoral round, held on November 19, against the official candidate, the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa.

Source: Elcomercio

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