The resounding victory this Sunday of the far-right candidate for the Presidency of Argentina, Javier Milei, has shocked and also divided the Latin American political world, with positions for and against from the ultraliberal economist, and even the billionaire Elon Musk He took sides and predicted a more prosperous future for the South American country with Milei.
Milei, 53, defeated the ruling party Sergio Massa, ally of the former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, who for more than a year as Minister of Economy of the Government of Alberto Fernandez.
The same head of state, without congratulating the winning libertarian, recognized the “popular verdict” that elected Milei and wanted to begin “an orderly transition” with who will be his successor.
“I trust that tomorrow we can start working with Javier Milei to guarantee an orderly transition,” Alberto Fernández wrote on his X social network account.
The United States Government congratulated Milei for his victory and invited him to work together on the economy, human rights, democracy and combating the climate crisis.