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.
Javier Milei has inaugurated a new political stage in which he proposes to make a fresh start on the assumptions on which the democratic process was based since 1983, in particular, and Argentine politics in the last century in general.
Although migration was not a central issue during Milei's campaign, his victory has raised concerns about the future of migration governance in Argentina and South America. These are the three scenarios that open up.