Argentinian President Javier Miley swore in the new government behind closed doors. The newspaper reports this La Nacion.
“Ministers were sworn in secretly, without press or official publication. “This is the first time this is happening.”
It was noted that the number of ministries decreased by half.
Miley before accepted From his predecessor he left behind the scepter, one of the symbols of power. The baton features five clone dogs belonging to the new Argentine leader.
The publication notes that “the staff Miley raised on Sunday bears the image of her five dogs.”
The names of the dogs are also written on the stick. Miley admits that dogs are her best friends and calls them her children. He expressed his gratitude to them for winning the primaries. All the dogs are named after famous economists.
According to the book by Juan Luis Gonzalez, who wrote about Mileya, the puppies are all clones of the mastiff named Conan. This dog accompanied Miley for many years, was her faithful companion and brought joy to her life. Conan died in 2017 and Miley decided to clone him.
Former Argentine Vice President, 70-year-old Cristina Kirchner showed his middle finger Mileus’ supporters.
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