After a career in the banking sector, Javier Millay became a TV presenter a few years ago
Argentina has elected a new president, and he is certainly an unusual figure. Economist Javier Millay won the election. He is known for his radical ideas, which he calls “shock therapy”. He promises to close the central bank, abolish the national currency and introduce the US dollar.
Desperate about the ongoing crisis in the country, voters supported him. Millay takes over Argentina in a tough situation. A debt of $44 billion to the International Monetary Fund is being paid off and inflation is 150%.
After a career in banking, Miley became a TV presenter a few years ago. Now he will have to fight the problems he talked about on screen.
“Today is the end of the idea that politicians and their friends share the state. No longer will criminals be portrayed as victims, and victims will be portrayed as perpetrators. We are returning to the path that made this country great. To the ideas of libertarianism and Juan Bautista Alberdi,” said the president-elect.