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The United States has said it is not endorsing any candidate in Argentina’s election

The United States has said it is not endorsing any candidate in Argentina’s election

“We look forward to continuing to work with the new democratically elected government,” the US State Department said.

America said on Monday (14.Aug.2023). “Don’t support any particular candidate” For future general elections in Argentina. They also expressed their willingness to cooperate with the newly elected government through the democratic process.

The statement from the US State Department is the first response since the primary decisions of Joe Biden’s administration. In the election, Javier Milei received the highest percentage of votes (30.1%). 2nd round will be held on 22nd October.

“The United States congratulates the people of Argentina on holding free and fair primary elections on August 13. We support a transparent and inclusive electoral process and free and fair elections in accordance with the Argentine Constitution. The US State Department announced to an Argentine newspaper Clarity.


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According to the results of the PASO (Primary, Open, Simultaneous and Compulsory), apart from Millay (Libertad Avanza), the main names competing for the Casa Rosada are Patricia Bulrich (Juntos por el Campio) and Sergio Massa (Union por la). Patria), current Argentine Minister of Economy.

“The election is an opportunity for the Argentine people to decide the future of their country. We look forward to continuing to work with the new democratically elected government.The US State Department decided.

After the preview results, Miley made statements about the United States and Israel: “My allies are America and Israel. I consider Israel a great ally because I have already said that I will move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem..

In Spain, Millay’s victory in the primaries was well received by members of the right. The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, congratulated the Argentine on his Twitter profile. This year, the party formed a coalition with another right-wing party, the PP (Popular Party), to elect Alberto Núñez Feijo as Spain’s prime minister in the July 23 election, but failed to achieve an absolute majority of seats in Congress. of representatives.

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The Madrid Forum, a coalition of Iberian and Latin American right-wing parties created by Vox, also used social media to congratulate the Argentine economist. “Argentina can end years of organized crime supported by Kirchnerismo, Grupo Puebla and its Spanish affiliates PSOE and Sumer”He said.