Marcos Galperin, founder of Free market he assured that “he would not return to live in Argentina, regardless of who wins.” This was commented in dialogue with the Chilean newspaper The Mercury.
The 51-year-old businessman moved to the Eastern Republic in 2002an experience that he interrupted during the mandate of Mauricio Macri, when he returned to settle in the country. In 2019, she returned to Montevideo. Regarding the years that had him back in the country, he explained: “Unfortunately, one makes decisions that affect the family and the children, and then they are not easy to undo, so, one could not go changing One day to another”.
“Yes ok Argentina and Uruguay they have many things in common, they have many different things too, so the answer is no, I would not live in Argentina again regardless of who wins“, he maintained. In addition, when asked if he likes Javier Milei, he limited himself to answering:” No more.
What the CEO of Mercado Libre said after the elections
The strong victory of Javier Milei in the primary elections this Sunday caused surprise among his own and others and the creator of Mercado Libre was not immune to the discussion.
After the result of the PASO, the businessman published a tweet in which he stated “Democracy + Capitalism + 20 years. That is what Argentina needs. I hope it happens.”
In fact, Diana Mondino, economist on the side of the leader of La Libertad Avanza, responded by taking the gauntlet with a clear and concise “So it will be.”