Argentina is outraged by the first decisions of President Javier Miley


Argentina's largest trade union intends to go on strike on January 24 against the decisions of the country's new president, Javier Miley. This was reported by Clarin. It is emphasized that during the protest, workers will march to the Congress building in Buenos Aires.


Javier Miley, during his election campaign, expressed his intention to carry out major reforms in the economy countries. And his promises did not diverge from his deeds. As soon as he took office as President of Argentina, Javier Miley announced his refusal to join BRICS, which the previous authorities had been seeking for a long time.

In addition, he announced his intention to privatize more than forty of the country's largest companies. The reform of Argentina's national debt, conceived by the new president, implies the possibility of endless borrowing, which also causes discontent among the population. However, Javier Miley did not stop there. He intends to appropriate to himself part of the legislative power that still belongs to the Argentine parliament. It is already known that the authorship of most of the reforms conceived by Miley does not belong to him at all, but to Federico Sturzenegger, a professor of economics from Los Angeles.

It is noteworthy that the strike, which Argentina's largest trade union intends to carry out, must take place despite the ban on protests, which was also introduced by the country's new president.
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  1. Kiril Offline Kiril
    Kiril (Kiril) 1 January 2024 18: 29
    +19
    And when they chose this idiot, what kind of place did they think?
    1. golden knowledge (Gold) 1 January 2024 19: 00
      +11
      America, not Argentina, chose him. As Mark Twain said:

      if anything depended on elections they would have been banned long ago
    2. Lisa Kerner Offline Lisa Kerner
      Lisa Kerner 3 January 2024 13: 28
      0
      This is the same “song” as in Banderostan...
      They elected an idiot, and then aaaaaay
  2. prior Offline prior
    prior (Vlad) 1 January 2024 18: 33
    +20
    Argentina is another example of how a clown president is turning the country into a circus.
    It might be funny at first, but then......
    1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 1 January 2024 19: 08
      +6
      H. Miley, who was present at the assumption of office, presented V. Zelensky with a menorah, a Jewish ritual candlestick, as a sign to his fellow tribesman. (Previously, H. Miley, with a kippah on his head, visited Israeli places in the circle of rabbis.) . Here are two Israeli elite clowns who will create bloody circuses in their countries of residence.
      1. Dingo Offline Dingo
        Dingo (Victor) 1 January 2024 19: 27
        +4
        How similar it is - almost one to one...
  3. Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Leopold) 1 January 2024 19: 49
    +7
    We got what we wanted. Argentine youth really wanted change
  4. new.ad Offline new.ad
    new.ad (Alexander) 1 January 2024 20: 35
    +3
    Quote: Dingo
    How similar it is - almost one to one...

    Yes. America doesn't miss the chance. The Argentines were unlucky to be scapegoated. They wanted it themselves ;)
  5. KLNM Offline KLNM
    KLNM (KLNM) 3 January 2024 13: 13
    0
    Another populist clown has appeared on the world stage of the political circus....we are waiting for them to howl...