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Inauguration of Javier Milei

Inauguration of Javier Milei
Alberto Fernández hands over the presidential scepter, a symbol of the presidency itself, to Javier Milei.
Date10 December 2023; 5 months ago (2023-12-10)
VenueBuenos Aires, Argentina
LocationPalace of the Congress
Casa Rosada
ParticipantsJavier Milei (incoming)
Victoria Villarruel (incoming)
Alberto Fernández (outgoing)
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
(outgoing)
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The inauguration of Javier Milei as president of Argentina took place on Sunday, 10 December 2023, in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies in Buenos Aires. The inauguration marked the commencement of the four-year term of Milei as president and Victoria Villarruel as vice president. The inauguration marked the formal culmination of Milei's presidential transition that began after he won the 2023 Argentine presidential election held on 19 November 2023. Over twenty national leaders and representatives attended the ceremony.

Background

Electoral map for the second round of the election. Milei won 55.65% of the votes against Sergio Massa, the biggest win since Argentina returned to democracy in 1983.

The inauguration marked the culmination of the presidential transition of Javier Milei, who had become president-elect of Argentina after defeating Sergio Massa on 19 November 2023, and the formal start of the presidential administration of Milei.[1] Victoria Villarruel became Milei's vice president.[2] Despite being eligible for a second consecutive term, both incumbent president Alberto Fernández and incumbent vice president and former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner did not seek re-election.[3][4]

In the first round of the election on 22 October, Massa of the ruling Union for the Homeland unexpectedly came in first place, winning 36% of the vote, against Milei of La Libertad Avanza, who came in second place, with 30% of the vote. Massa's victory in the first round was seen as an upset because of the severe inflation that took place during Massa's tenure as Minister of Economy, as well as Milei's lead in polls up to that point.[5]

In the runoff, Milei defeated Massa with 55.8% of the vote, the highest percentage of the vote since Argentina's transition to democracy. In a surprise reversal of the first round, Milei outperformed polls, which had been calling a much closer race. Massa conceded defeat shortly before the official results were published.[6][7]

A right-wing libertarian who has also been described as a far-right populist, Milei, who is a member of the Libertarian Party, became the first libertarian president in Argentine history.[8] Observers generally saw Milei's win as a sign more of discontent with the status quo than support for his politics,[9] and his victory was likened to those of Donald Trump in the United States and Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil.[10][11]

Planning

Security and counter-terrorism efforts

According to reports, the inauguration ceremony was heavily guarded with the mobilization of 7,000 security personnel. Drones were utilized as part of the security measures.[12]

Pre-inaugural events

After winning the election, Milei announced upcoming visits to the United States and Israel before taking the oath.[13] On 21 November, Milei met with the outgoing president Alberto Fernández.[14] On 26 November, in an attempt to soften his image, Milei also invited the incumbent Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, whom he had insulted as a communist and as someone he would not deal with during his campaign;[15] Lula declined the invite.[16] On 27 November, Milei visited the United States and prayed at the grave of the famous Orthodox rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902–1994) in New York City.[17] On 28 November, Milei announced that four countries (Cuba, Iran, Nicaragua, and Venezuela) were not invited to his inauguration.[18]

Inaugural events

Milei and Villarruel being presented before the Argentine Senate moments after taking office

As is customary, Milei delivered a speech to the Argentine nation,[19][20] warning of an economic shock, which has been described as shock therapy in economic terms, to be used as a means to fix Argentina's economic woes,[21][22][23] with inflation rising to 200 percent.[24] He was accompanied to Casa Rosada by his sister Karina, who also officially became the First Lady of Argentina rather than Milei's partner Fátima Flórez.[25][26]

Following the inauguration, Milei saw his popularity increase in public opinion. After the first governmental and economic reforms taken by the president and his ministers, 53% of the Argentine people had a very good and good image of the new head of state according to a popularity poll made by Aresco on 15 December.[27]

Guests

Milei with heads of state guests at Casa Rosada. From left to right: Vahagn Khachaturyan of Armenia, Daniel Noboa of Ecuador, Santiago Peña of Paraguay, Felipe VI of Spain, Javier Milei, Gabriel Boric of Chile, Luis Lacalle Pou of Uruguay as well as Viktor Orbán of Hungary and Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine.

Over twenty national leaders and representatives attended Milei's inauguration.[28][29] Former United States president Donald Trump indicated that he wanted to participate but did not do so for logistical reasons.[30] Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy were seen having an argument during the presentation of Milei and Villarruel before the Senate, described the following day by Zelenskyy as a "frank talk".[31][32]

International leaders and representatives

Country Leader Status Ref
 Algeria Ibrahim Boughali President of the People's National Assembly [33]
 Armenia Vahagn Khachaturyan President of Armenia [34]
 Bolivia Celinda Sosa Lunda Minister of Foreign Affairs [35]
 Brazil Jair Bolsonaro Former president of Brazil [36]
Mauro Vieira Minister of Foreign Affairs [37]
 Chile Gabriel Boric President of Chile [38]
Alberto van Klaveren Foreign Minister [39]
 China Wu Weihua Vice Chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee [40]
 Dominican Republic José Ignacio Paliza Administrative Minister of the Presidency [41]
 Ecuador Guillermo Lasso Former president of Ecuador [28][29]
Daniel Noboa President of Ecuador [42]
 El Salvador Gustavo Villatoro Minister of Justice and Public Security [es] [43]
 France Stanislas Guerini Minister of Public Transformation and Service [44]
 Honduras Renato Florentino Vice President of Honduras [45]
 Hungary Viktor Orbán Prime Minister of Hungary [46]
 Italy Anna Maria Bernini Minister of University and Research [47]
 Israel Eli Cohen Minister of Foreign Affairs [48]
 Morocco Rachid Talbi Alami President of the House of Representatives [49]
 Paraguay Santiago Peña President of Paraguay [50]
 Peru Javier González-Olaechea [es] Minister of Foreign Affairs [51]
 Russia Dmitry Feoktistov [ru] Russian Ambassador to Argentina [52]
 South Korea Bang Ki-sun [ko] Minister of Government Policy Coordination [53]
 Spain Felipe VI King of Spain [54]
 Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy President of Ukraine [43]
 Uruguay Luis Lacalle Pou President of Uruguay [55]
 United Kingdom David Rutley Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Americas and Caribbean [56]
 United States Jennifer Granholm United States Secretary of Energy [57]
Carlos Monje Under Secretary of Transportation for Policy [58]
Marc Stanley United States Ambassador to Argentina

Other guests

Other dignitaries included several legislators and party leaders, mostly from the political right.[28][29]

Country Person Status Ref
 Australia John Ruddick Member of the New South Wales Legislative Council [59]
 Brazil Eduardo Bolsonaro Member of the Chamber of Deputies, son of Jair Bolsonaro [60][61]
Flávio Bolsonaro Member of the Brazilian Senate, eldest child of Jair Bolsonaro
Ronaldo Caiado Governor of Goiás
Cláudio Castro Governor of Rio de Janeiro
Tarcísio de Freitas Governor of São Paulo
Jorginho Mello Governor of Santa Catarina
 Chile José Antonio Kast President of the Republican Party [61]
 Ireland Declan Ganley Businessman, former leader of Libertas [62]
 Japan Akiko Santō Member of the Liberal Democratic Party and former president of the House of Councillors [63]
Hiroshi Yamauchi [ja] Japanese ambassador to Argentina
 Mexico Eduardo Verástegui Prospective independent candidate in the 2024 Mexican presidential election
 Spain Santiago Abascal Leader of Vox [64]
Esperanza Aguirre Former president of the Community of Madrid, former president of the Spanish Senate, and ex-Minister of Education, Culture and Sport [65]
Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo Member of the Congress of Deputies
Javier Ortega Smith Vice-president of Vox [66]
Hermann Tertsch Member of the European Parliament [67]
 United States Mark Green Member of the United States House of Representatives [68]
Gary Palmer Member of the United States House of Representatives
María Elvira Salazar Member of the United States House of Representatives

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