After his resounding victory in the presidential elections, the libertarian candidate of the La Libertad Avanza movement, Javier Milei, gave his speech as president-elect of Argentina. This recalls that in the elections held this Sunday in the Gaucho country, the libertarian got 55% of the votes, while his opponent, the Minister of Economy, Sergio Massa, received 44% of the ballot boxes.
With the victory of the libertarian, he gave a speech in his electoral bunker, accompanied by his sister, Karina Milei, as well as many people close to his movement. He was accepted among songs and rock songs. “Today begins the reconstruction of Argentina; this is a historic night for Argentina,” was the first phrase chosen by the president after greeting his voters.
“I want to thank President Macri and Mrs. Bullrich,, who,, without hesitation,, decided to support the change needed in Argentina. I want to tell all Argentines that today begins the end of Argentine decadence. Now the bad model of the omnipresent state is over,” Milei declared.
“Today we begin to turn the page of history and return to the path we should not have lost. Now that this vision that the perpetrators are the victims and the victims are the perpetrators has ended, we re-accept the ideas of freedom, the ideas of Alberti, “said the elected president.
“I want a government that fulfills its commitments, that respects private property and free trade,” he said from the Libertador hotel, ensuring that “the bad model of the omnipresent state ends and the idea that the state is a theft ends.” distributed,” said the president-elect of Argentina, who achieved a stunning victory with 55% of the votes in the second round.
“We know that there are people who will resist; there are people who want to continue this system of privileges for the few and impoverish the majority of Argentines. I want to tell all of them that everything is within the law; nothing is outside the law,” declared Javier Milei in his speech last Sunday night. “We will not stop those who want to use force to protect their privileges.”
“We want to ask the government to be responsible, to understand that a new Argentina has arrived, and to act accordingly. Let them manage their responsibility until the end of the mandate on the 10th of the 12th. So, when the mandate ends, we can change this tragic reality for millions of Argentines,” continued Milei.
Then, Javier Milei spoke to Argentines who left the country in search of a better future. “To everyone who is watching us abroad, I want to tell you that Argentina will regain the place it should never have lost. I want to tell everyone that Argentina has a future, but that future exists if Argentina is liberal,” he declared in his speech.
“The situation in Argentina is critical; the changes that are needed are serious. There is no place for gradualism or half measures.” Then, at the end of his speech, Javier Milei showed signs of happiness, saying, “Undoubtedly, today we celebrate.” Finally, he gave the famous slogan of his political movement, shouting twice, “Long live freedom, damn it.”
Milei then gave other statements outside the headquarters, where his followers gathered to greet those who gathered in the streets. In which he repeated some of the ideas he expressed in the first speech he gave that night, talking about the importance of the victory of the first libertarian government in the history of Argentina.