Monday, April 15, 2024
HomePoliticsJavier Milei's message a few minutes before closing: "The most challenging hours...

Javier Milei’s message a few minutes before closing: “The most challenging hours are coming, Kirchnerism is going to use all its strength to cheat”

The presidential candidate of La Libertad Avanza, Javier Mileispread a message minutes before the closing of the elections and warned that “the most challenging hours are coming, Kirchnerism is going to use all its forces to cheat.”

The message, which was broadcast by one of its spokespersons, began with a harangue to the prosecutors and a thank you “for their commitment and dedication on this historic day.”

At the beginning of his message broadcast on social networks and in audio format, the liberal is heard thanking the prosecutors for their commitment and dedication.

“I feel blessed to have your support and affection. The most challenging hours are those ahead. Kirchnerism is going to use all its strength to cheat us in the count. I ask you to stay in the schools, to defend the votes. “It’s the moment of truth,” he concluded, shouting “long live freedom, damn it.”

After 5:30 p.m., activity on the liberal’s Twitter account resumed activity. In addition to the audio, he shared a message from PRO deputy Cristian Ritondo, who also asked the prosecutors for their utmost attention and to take photos of the minutes.

The same with a message from the elected representative Romina Diez: “Resist prosecutors! Today you are the protagonists of this historic feat! Until the mail takes the ballot boxes and we do not have even the last certificate of scrutiny this does not end. Until the end prosecutors!! Cheer up!” he asked.

Milei’s day before the results

The presidential candidate of La Libertad Avanza voted at noon in the middle of a large security operation.

“Let’s hope that tomorrow there will be more hope and not so much continuity of decadence. That tonight we will have a new elected president,” said the liberal.

Milei left the bunker he has in the Libertador hotel around 12, moments after his rival, Sergio Massa, cast his vote.

The libertarian voted at the UTN headquarters in Medrano, at table 2228, where he was escorted by a crowd. The caravan made the car reach the school gate at a man’s pace. He was accompanied by his right-hand woman, Karina Milei.

Then he went back to the bunker installed in the Hotel Libertador. There he awaits the results and also the arrival of the different militants.

Recent posts