MADRID, 21 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, and his successor in the Casa Rosada, the far-right Javier Milei, met this Tuesday for the meeting that is called to formally begin the transition process in the South American country, after the meeting was canceled. that they had planned to maintain on Monday.
Fernández has summoned Milei to the Los Olivos Residence for this first contact, according to the Télam news agency. On Sunday, the La Libertad Avanza candidate clearly won the second round against the Peronist Sergio Massa, who will continue as Minister of Economy for a few more weeks.
The inauguration of the new Argentine president is scheduled for December 10. Milei, supported in the second round of elections by the main leaders of the classical right, has promised that he will lead a Government with fewer portfolios, with only eight ministries.