Libertarian Miley’s rival recognizes victory in Argentina presidential election
MOSCOW, November 21 – RIA Novosti. Sergio Massa, the rival of far-right politician Javier Miley, hailed his victory in the presidential elections in Argentina.
He made this statement before the official voting results were announced. According to preliminary estimates, Libertarian Party candidate Miley received 55.95 percent of the votes, while Economy Minister and right-wing candidate Sergio Massa received 44.04 percent of the votes.
During the election campaign, Miley positioned herself as an economist capable of solving Argentina’s problems despite the lack of money in the budget, as well as a fighter against the “political caste”.
Hundreds of people gathered in central Buenos Aires to celebrate Miley’s election victory.
In terms of foreign policy, Miley plans to focus on cooperation with the United States and Israel while cutting ties with Argentina’s main trading partners, China and Brazil, citing the fact that she does not want to do business with communists and socialists. The candidate also said that Argentina will not join the BRICS, to which it has been invited since January 1, 2024, and that it does not intend to work with Russia.
“We Increase Friendship”
Expressing that Russia hopes to strengthen cooperation with Argentina within the scope of the new cabinet and is ready to work together regardless of the political situation, Moscow said that it hopes Argentina’s new President Javier Miley will remain committed to multipolarity, and that this will be facilitated by the country’s participation in BRICS. . Russian Ambassador to Buenos Aires Dmitry Feoktistov.
According to him, Russia hopes to “increase friendship, trust and cooperation” with Argentina in the spirit of a comprehensive strategic partnership that binds the state together.
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“It’s sad for Latin America.
Although Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva does not intend to maintain and develop relations with his country, he wished good luck to Argentina’s new leader Javier Miley.
Lula da Silva stated that democracy is important on the social network It is the voice of the people that comes after respect.
Colombian leader Gustavo Petro called Miley’s victory sad for Latin America because right-wing ideology cannot respond to the challenges facing the region.
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“The far right won in Argentina. This is the decision of your society. It is sad for Latin America, we will see… Neoliberalism no longer has suggestions for society, it cannot respond to the current problems of humanity,” Petro wrote. Blog on social network X.
I’m tired of politicians
Analyst Christian Lamesa told RIA Novosti that Javier Miley’s victory in Argentina’s presidential election shows that citizens are fed up with politicians in general.
“These results show that Argentine society as a whole is fed up with the political class, which forces it to elect a candidate who, in my opinion, does not have the qualifications to be elected president of the country,” he said.
He said the result “shows this fatigue” and “shows the immaturity of Argentine society in terms of policy.”
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