Argentina elects radical libertarian president for economic reform
Argentina's voters elected Javier Milei, a radical libertarian, as president, hoping for economic reform. Milei plans to privatize state assets, dollarize the economy, and cut spending. However, he faces challenges with a divided congress and a dire financial situation. His coalition has limited seats, and he lacks support from regional governors. Milei's plans to appoint an economy minister and tackle the country's debt and currency issues remain uncertain.