After 12 years of center-left-wing Peronist rule, Argentina’s pro-business right-wing candidate won by 51% in the 2015 presidential election.  The new government’s reconstruction of the Argentine economy included major belt-tightening measures such as mass layoffs and subsidy cuts.   Since Mauricio Macri took office in December 2015, nearly 200,000 people lost their jobs leading to protests and demonstrations to become a daily occurence in Buenos Aires.   For full story please visit:    https://vsco.co/allkindsofhuman/journal/la-grieta

 

 

After 12 years of center-left-wing Peronist rule, Argentina’s pro-business right-wing candidate won by 51% in the 2015 presidential election.

The new government’s reconstruction of the Argentine economy included major belt-tightening measures such as mass layoffs and subsidy cuts. 

Since Mauricio Macri took office in December 2015, nearly 200,000 people lost their jobs leading to protests and demonstrations to become a daily occurence in Buenos Aires. 

For full story please visit: 

https://vsco.co/allkindsofhuman/journal/la-grieta

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       After 12 years of center-left-wing Peronist rule, Argentina’s pro-business right-wing candidate won by 51% in the 2015 presidential election.  The new government’s reconstruction of the Argentine economy included major belt-tightening measures such as mass layoffs and subsidy cuts.   Since Mauricio Macri took office in December 2015, nearly 200,000 people lost their jobs leading to protests and demonstrations to become a daily occurence in Buenos Aires.   For full story please visit:    https://vsco.co/allkindsofhuman/journal/la-grieta
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After 12 years of center-left-wing Peronist rule, Argentina’s pro-business right-wing candidate won by 51% in the 2015 presidential election.

The new government’s reconstruction of the Argentine economy included major belt-tightening measures such as mass layoffs and subsidy cuts. 

Since Mauricio Macri took office in December 2015, nearly 200,000 people lost their jobs leading to protests and demonstrations to become a daily occurence in Buenos Aires. 

For full story please visit: 

https://vsco.co/allkindsofhuman/journal/la-grieta

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