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5 Jul 19:29

About our Sergio Massa news

Latest news on Sergio Massa, an Argentine politician who recently conceded defeat in the presidential runoff election. Massa, who represented the Union por la Patria party, faced a challenging political landscape. He had the difficult task of convincing voters to support a Peronist coalition, which had presided over a period of significant economic turmoil, including an inflation rate exceeding 138% and a severe cost-of-living crisis.

Javier Milei, a libertarian outsider, won the presidential election against Massa. Milei's victory marks a significant shift in Argentina's political landscape, moving away from the traditional Peronist governance that has been prevalent in recent years. Massa's concession came after the results of the runoff election held on 19 November 2023, were announced.

Born on April 28, 1972, in San Martín, Buenos Aires, Massa has been a key figure in Argentine politics, serving in various capacities. He has been a member of the Justicialist Party, aligning with the Peronist political movement, which has been a dominant force in Argentine politics. Massa's political career includes serving as the Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers under President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and later as the leader of the Renewal Front, a breakaway faction of the Justicialist Party. He has also served as the Mayor of Tigre, a municipality in Buenos Aires. Notably, Massa held the position of Argentina's Economy Minister, where he faced significant challenges, including managing a period of high inflation and economic instability.


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