It was his Sergio Massa the one that gave an official display of liberal victory Javier Miley decided to leave as soon as possible, before the results of the real count were known, to give victory to his opponent. Massa explained that he called his opponent to “congratulate him and good luck, because he is the president chosen by the majority of Argentines for the next four years.” “The most important thing that Argentines should leave is the message of coexistence, dialogue, and peace in the face of so much violence and disqualification; this is the best path we can take,” he said.
“There are two paths: we choose the security system in the hands of the state, and we defend the path of defending education and public health as central values for our SMEs, which is the best way to build prosperity, upward social mobility, and progress for our country,” he said.
“Today ends a period of my political life,” explained Massa. “It is certain that life will bring me other tasks and responsibilities, but know that you will always count on me to defend the values of work, public education, national industry and federalism as the central values of Argentina,” the Peronist candidate told his followers. . , who, as the Minister of Economy, will have to deal with the transition to the new Executive.
The candidate of La Libertad Avanza, Javier Milei, will be the president of Argentina starting next December 10, having obtained 55.86% of the votes, with 91.81% of the tables counted, thus defeating the ruling party’s Sergio Massa, who added 44.13% of the votes.
About 35.8 million Argentines are called to choose the president and vice president in the second runoff in history, after the one held in 2015, when the center-right Mauricio Macri won over the incumbent Daniel Scioli for his 2015-2019 government.