Argentina's Macri concedes presidential election, congratulates Alberto Fernandez

Reuters 1 month ago

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine President Mauricio Macri conceded the presidential election on Sunday night and congratulated opposition Peronist candidate Alberto Fernandez.

Referring to Fernandez as “President-elect,” Macri told his supporters the two spoke about beginning an “orderly political transition.” Macri added that he invited Fernandez for breakfast on Monday.


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