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In initial win for Argentine President Milei, senators approve his key bills after violent protests

  • Argentina's Senate passed a bill crucial to President Javier Milei's economic reform plans, amid protests and clashes with police outside Congress. Protesters set fires during the chaotic scene.
  • The Senate debated the bill heavily, resulting in a tied vote broken by Vice President Victoria Villarruel, leading to the bill's passing in a close 37-36 vote.
  • The Senate's approval of President Milei's economic reform bill by a narrow margin of 37-36 marked a legislative win for the libertarian leader despite the contentious debates and protests.
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