Argentina’s presidency saw a new turn in political trends following the election of Javier Milei last Sunday, whose promotion will take place on December 10.

In the last elections, Alberto Fernández and Cristina de Kirchner were winners in 2019, after Mauricio Macri’s mandate.

Fernández and De Kirchner are left-oriented, just like their candidate Sergio Massa, the current Minister of Economic Affairs.

Javier Milei, Argentina’s president-elect, estimates it will take between 18 and 24 months to reduce inflation in his country

Across the continent, there is no clear trend in differences between countries at the political level in different countries in light of the different economic crises they face and the debt conditions they find themselves in.

The nuances have been constant in Latin American governments, where the electorate has sought the trend to solve their problems. In the case of Colombia, Gustavo Petro became president after the succession of right-wing governments.

Given the diversity of political parties, the trends are not clear and there may be several.

How feasible is it for Milei to implement the proposals he promises to transform Argentina?

At least twelve governments identify themselves as left or centre-left until November 20 and these are:

While the ones on the right are:

In the case of Ecuador, Daniel Noboa is classified as center-left, although other specialists consider him center-right. While Argentina will change the trend with Milei. (JO)