Financial Times: Macri is considered an idiot during elections in Argentina

The world’s leading economic newspaper, The Financial Times, has reprinted an article criticizing Mauricio Macri’s leadership. The article presents the main indicators of the economy, which collapsed in all directions, after receiving the greatest financial assistance from the IMF in history. “This data will be significant for any candidate who wants to be elected for a second term. But for a representative of one of the richest families in the country, they are especially fatal,” the report said. The article notes that “at present, it is perceived that Makri is an idiot, callous to people, conceited and does not understand anything.”

Financial Times: Macri is considered an idiot during elections in Argentina

The Financial Times is much more pessimistic. They write: “Macri promises that“ something will change now ”, but everything suggests that“ change ”for Argentina is Macri’s main opponent; Alberto Fernandez, a left-handed peronist who is an absolute favorite in the October 27 election. “The article mentions that“ Macri’s already undermined authority received another blow when the government was forced to postpone payments on domestic debt and impose foreign exchange controls. Businessmen had high hopes for Macri when he took office, but many of them lost patience after another mistake in their management and economy. ”

According to the Financial Times, Macri was able to overcome the lack of charisma and weak public speaking skills in order to win the second round of the 2015 presidential election, partly because Argentines were fed up with the previous government, which was mired in corruption scandals and left behind the country’s economic issues. In the economy, Macri appeared in 2015 as a candidate with a vision for the future, promising that his team would solve the economic problems of Argentina. Now, having not achieved significant results, he resorts to a call for values ​​such as tolerance and democracy, which are not shared by the people of Argentina, who are dying of hunger and poverty.

The Financial Times


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