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Argentine court orders Milei government to distribute held-up food aid

  • President Javier Milei's government was ordered by an Argentine court to release tons of food for the poor, held in storage pending an audit he ordered.
  • Aid to soup kitchens was frozen after Milei took office, aiming to cut public spending and reduce corruption in the social welfare system.
  • Recent raids on soup kitchens and managing groups led to accusations of forcing the poor to attend anti-government protests for food.
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