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“Please, for democracy, don’t vote for Javier Milei” – Libération


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In the metro, at a red light or before a Taylor Swift concert, Argentines from civil society are trying to convince their fellow citizens to block the ultra-liberal far-right candidate in the second round of the presidential election, which takes place on Sunday, November 19 .

The frail figure clings to the metal bar so as not to sway due to the bumps of the metro train and to gain balance. Ana Fernandez raises her voice amid the hubbub of rush hour in Buenos Aires: “I beg your pardon, I’m a little nervous, I’ve never done that in my life.” In less than two minutes, she unfolds a part of the story of her life and that of Argentina during the years of lead. Ana’s mother was 16 years old when she was captured and tortured by the ruling military junta (1976-1983). Ana’s grandmother, who went looking for her daughter, also disappeared before being thrown alive into the Rio de la Plata estuary, from one of the “flights of death” carried out by the dictatorship, the same where the two French nuns Alice Domon and Léonie Duquet in 1977. All eyes are on Ana.

A few weeks ago, one of those responsible for these summary executions of thousands of Argentines, Lieutenant Commander Jorge Eduardo Acosta, gave from prison where he is serving a life sentence his support for the extreme candidate right Javier Milei. Other executioners of the dictatorship have

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