Argentina’s President Milei denies ordinary Argentines are paying for austerity cuts | BBC News

Argentina’s President Javier Milei has denied that it is ordinary Argentines who are paying for his radical austerity measures.

In a BBC interview, Mr Milei, who campaigned with a chainsaw to symbolise his desire to slash public spending, insisted that the political class were paying for his huge cuts, not the people.

The right-wing economist was voted in after years of high government spending and high debt.

He spoke to the BBC’s South America correspondent, Ione Wells, on 6 May 2024.

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