Argentina’s polling stations opened on Sunday in a presidential election which places the market center stage.
The candidate who expects to replace President Mauricio Macri is Alberto Fernandez, who won in the initial round.
The populist Peronist’s running partner is former pioneer Christina Fernandez de Kirchner, that was tipped to be the center-left’s opposition coalition candidate. The set isn’t related.
Fernandez has pledged to undo President Macri’s liberal policies which were blamed for a sinking market that has wiped out a lot of his service.
The former banker by a wealthy family tried to push through reforms however, it came at the purchase price of significant borrowing.
This has resulted in stress on the financial markets and about the roads of their capital Buenos Aires.
As inflation continues many Individuals are queuing to buy bucks as the country’s peso crumbles
Nearly 100,000 army and security forces are safeguarding the 100,185 voting tables spread in 14,546 colleges around the nation, which is available until 18:00 local time (22:00 CET).