In his first speech after winning the run-off election, Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei emphasized the urgent need for decisive action to address the country’s economic crisis. Milei, an outsider known for his libertarian views, struck a moderate tone as he spoke to supporters at his campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires. He acknowledged the severity of Argentina’s situation, citing triple digit inflation and rising poverty as key issues.
Milei declared that there is no room for half measures and stated that the country’s reconstruction starts immediately. He extended an invitation to all to join the new Argentina, highlighting the need for unity and cooperation in addressing the country’s challenges. The President-elect expressed gratitude to mainstream conservatives Patricia Bullrich and Mauricio Macri, who had offered their support after losing in the first round of elections.
Milei’s words reflect a sense of urgency and determination to address the pressing issues facing Argentina’s economy. He urged all Argentineans to come together and work towards building a better future for themselves and their children. Milei is confident that with hard work and dedication, he can turn around Argentina’s economy and make it a prosperous nation once again.