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Tag: May Pact

  • Tuesday, July 9th 2024 - 09:55 UTC

    Milei gets May Pact signed on Independence Day (July 9)

    Those not signing the Pact are trying to cling to the privileges of the past, Milei argued

    Argentine President Javier Milei finally had his coveted May Pact endorsed in the wee hours of Tuesday at the historical house in San Miguel del Tucumán where the country's Independence was declared on July 9, 1816. “If we fulfill these points we will live in a country without inflation for the rest of our lives,” the Libertarian leader said after signing the document and delivering a speech lasting about one hour.

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  • Monday, July 8th 2024 - 13:59 UTC

    Argentina: Bases Law enacted as a prelude to the so-called “May Pact”

    Argentine President Javier Milei enacted this weekend the most encompassing Bases Law granting the Government most of the tools it claims to need to rescue the country from her plight as the Libertarian Administration fine-tuned the last details for the so-called “May Pact” to be signd in Tucumán on the Eve of the Independence Day celebrations.

  • Thursday, June 20th 2024 - 20:19 UTC

    Milei now hopes May Pact will be signed on July 9

    After his speech in Rosario, the South American leader will embark on yet another European tour

    Argentine President Javier Milei Thursday relaunched his so-called May Pact initiative during the Flag Day celebrations in Rosario. The agreement between the federal government and the provincial Executives was to have been signed on the May 25 National Holiday; hence its name.

  • Monday, May 27th 2024 - 07:52 UTC

    Busy Saturday for Argentine President during May 25 national holiday

    Milei announced that a council was to be created to bring forth the May Pact he had hoped to sign by Saturday

    Argentine President Javier Milei attended the traditional TeDeum at Buenos Aires' cathedral on Saturday before flying to Córdoba for the main celebrations of the May 25 national holiday during which he had hoped to launch what he called “the May Pact” with most provincial governors but failed.

  • Friday, March 15th 2024 - 20:22 UTC

    May Pact in doubt after Thursday's outcome at the Senate, warns Milei

    Milei said he was confident the DNU would get through the Lower House and remain in force

    Argentine President Javier Milei said Friday that Thursday's Senate setback casted doubts on the signing of the so-called May Pact he launched during his State of the Nation speech on March 1. The Upper House voted by 42 to 25 and 4 abstentions against Milei's most-encompassing emergency Decree (DNU) 70/23 which will nonetheless remain in force pending the Lower House's decision.