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  Argentina’s President Suffers Setback in Primary
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Last EditedBojicat  Aug 12, 2019 08:28am
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AuthorRyan Dube
News DateMonday, August 12, 2019 02:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionArgentina’s pro-business President Mauricio Macri suffered a crushing setback in a primary election on Sunday, indicating that he may lose re-election in October’s election and see his market overhauls unraveled by his leftist rivals.

In a nationwide primary, Mr. Macri received 32% support versus 47% for his opponent, Alberto Fernandez, with more than 80% of the ballots counted, the government said. Mr. Fernandez is a member of the powerful Peronist movement whose vice presidential running mate is ex-President Cristina Kirchner, the firebrand nationalist. Many Argentines believe Mrs. Kirchner is calling the shots for the opposition.
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