The First Months of Javier Milei’s Libertarian Government in Buenos Aires

Analysis of our Research Fellow Dániel Farkas

On December 10, Javier Milei, Argentina’s first Libertarian president, was inaugurated. The government immediately launched pro-market reforms as promised on the campaign trail but ran into problems in parliament. After failing to reach a political compromise, Milei’s government adopted a confrontational approach, but it has yet to yield any result.

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