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Sandra Choroszczucha

Politóloga y profesora de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Magíster en Historia Económica por la misma universidad. Columnista en Perfil, La Nación, La Ribera Multimedio, Observatorio de Seguridad, Economía y Política Iberoamericana, entre otros.

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What is the opposition to Milei today in Argentina?

There are several opposing forces: Kirchnerism; non-Kirchnerist Peronism; the small traditional left-wing force; and the Radical Party, which became the main opposition party when the coalition was dismantled by Macrismo.

Milei’s government is not a dictatorship, neither is it a representative democracy

For decades, Argentina has experienced violations of its institutions and Constitution by Kirchnerism. Today, the newly formed libertarian government of Javier Milei seems to follow the same course of challenging institutions.