Argentina's Legislative Assembly (Lower and Upper House together) Wednesday proclaimed Javier Milei's victory with 55.65% (14,554,560) of the votes in the Nov. 19 runoff against Economy Minister Sergio Massa. Chairing the meeting, Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) also confirmed Victoria Villarruel would be her successor.1 comment
During his recent trip to the beach resort and port of Mar del Plata, former Uruguayan President Luis Alberto Lacalle Herrera (1990-1995), the father of the current head of state Luis Lacalle Pou, wished Javier Milei all the best because a prosperous, fair, orderly and rich Argentina is the best business for Uruguay.Add your comment!
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Argentina's President-elect Javier Milei Monday visited the tomb of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson in New York as planned but then had lunch with former US President Bill Clinton, which had not been announced. Milei had already visited the religious site before the primary elections in August.Add your comment!
Argentina's Ambassador to Brasilia Daniel Scioli might stay on his job after Javier Milei's Dec. 10 presidential inauguration, it was rumored this weekend in Buenos Aires.Add your comment!
Argentina's future top diplomat Diana Mondino met Sunday in Brasilia with Foreign Minister Mauro Vieira and Ambassador Daniel Scioli to hand over a personal letter from Javier Milei inviting President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to his Dec. 10 inauguration in Buenos Aires.2 comments
Former President Mauricio Macri is collecting on his Propuesta Republicana (PRO) party contribution to have Javier Milei win last Sunday's runoff against Economy Minister Sergio Massa and two of the most prominent members of the next administration's cabinet will be from Macrist allegiance, it was reported Thursday in Buenos Aires.Add your comment!
The show must continue, and despite all the theatrics, relations between the incoming government of Argentina's libertarian president Javier Milei and Brazil, (together with China), the leading trade partners, bilateral relations are less confrontational and more fluid than can be expected, so points out an analysis of the situation by O-Globo the leading media consortium from the state of Rio do Janeiro and with good political contacts in Itamaraty.4 comments
Argentina's President-elect Javier Milei held a telephone conversation Wednesday with British Foreign Secretary David Cameron, during which topics such as former Conservative Prime Ministers Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher, and the Rolling Stones were reviewed with not a word on the Falklands/Malvinas issue, it was reported.14 comments
Amid Argentina's transition of power, outgoing Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner reappeared Wednesday to meet with Victoria Villarruel, the running mate of President-elect Javier Milei, who will replace Kirchner on Dec. 10.1 comment