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Argentina elections: Political outsider Javier Milei wins presidency

  • Right-Wing populist Javier Milei won the presidency in Argentina's election, promising to shake up the state in response to economic issues.
  • Milei secured 55.8% of the votes in the presidential runoff, wider than predicted by polls and the widest margin since 1983.
  • Economy Minister Sergio Massa conceded defeat to Milei, who plans to slash the size of the state, rein in inflation, and strengthen ties with the US.
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