More Than 70 Per Cent Support Reforms In Argentina
- Latin America. Argentina
According to a new national study, up to 71.3 per cent of surveyed support Argentine President Javier Milei's measures, while only 28.7 per cent are against them.
Nearly 63 per cent said that supporters of the previous socialist system would seek to hinder the success of the measures promoted in Milei's economic mega decree at all costs, the Spanish economic weekly El Economista reported.
"The indicator of Argentinians' determination that reforms would succeed is their support for the law that limits anti-reform protests and demonstrations banning traffic blockades or other intrusions into daily life, according to the study. The so-called "anti-picket law", promoted by the Minister of Security, Patricia Bullrich, received support of 76 per cent surveyed."
Source: El Economista
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The poll conducted by DC Consultores also found that 62.9 percent believe that Millei's Decree On Necessity And Urgency (DNU), an official name for the reforms, will succeed, given that society wants it that way. While 23.2 per cent doubt, and 9.8 per cent think the politicians will prevent it..