Daily Review: Milei Underperforms in Argentina Election

Daily Review: Milei Underperforms in Argentina Election
Javier Milei speaks to his supporters during a campaign rally for congressional elections in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Nov. 7, 2021 (Sipa photo by Manuel Cortina via AP Images).

Today at WPR, we’re covering the political and strategic relevance of the Palestinian Authority, as well as last week’s Venezuela election deal.

But first, here’s our take on this past weekend’s elections.

Argentina: Economy Minister Sergio Massa surprised observers with a first-place finish in the first round of Argentina’s presidential election Sunday, ahead of Javier Milei, a far-right radical libertarian candidate who had been leading in the polls. The two will face off in a runoff election on Nov. 19. (New York Times)

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