Time magazine published the list of the 100 most influential people: the notable people

Time magazine published the list of the 100 most influential people: the notable people

Like every year, the Time magazine published the list of the 100 most influential people in the world. The prestigious newspaper divided the list into several categories, among them, artists, icons, leaders, titans, innovators and pioneers.

The 100 most influential people according to Times: notable figures

The most notable According to the categories they are:

  • Icons: Taraji P. HensonAmerican actress and singer.
  • Titans: Patrick MahomesAmerican football star.
  • Innovators: Jensen Huang, Nvidia CEO
  • Pioneers: America Ferrera, actress known for her role in the American version of Ugly Betty and her participation in the film Barbie.

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Patrick Mahomes and America Ferrera.

In world leaders, In addition to the presence of Javier Milei, the list highlights personalities such as:

  • Alexei Navalny’s widow, Yulia Navalnaya.
  • The Nobel Peace Prize 2023, Narges Mohammadi.
  • The Prime Minister of Poland, Donald Tusk.
  • The vice president of China, William Lai.
  • The governor of Texas, Greg Abbott.
  • The Minister of the Environment of Brazil, Marina Silva.
  • The director of the CIA, William Burns.

Also included was Jean Carrollthe writer and journalist who won a trial against the former president of the United States, donald trump; the president of the Oceans Conference, Rena Lee; the president of the Philippines, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos; the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani; the prime minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloniamong others.

Javier Milei, among the 100 most influential people in the world

As Vera Bergengruen describes, “Javier Mileia radical libertarian economics professor and former television commentator with little government experience, won the presidency of Argentina in a landslide in November, promising to bring the country back from the brink of economic collapse“.

Furthermore, he adds that his victory shocked pollsters and exposed the desperation of 46 million Argentines paralyzed by a triple-digit inflation and a 40% poverty rate.

According to the journalist: “Milei, 53, has not wasted any time. Warning Argentines to prepare for pain, he embarked on a ‘shock therapy’ campaign with hundreds of austerity measures: cutting 70,000 state jobs, cutting federal aid, halving the number of ministries and devaluation of the peso. Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets.”

Finally, Vera assured that it is too early to know if the president’s measures will be successful, but that it is clear that he has gotten one thing right: “With Milei in power, Argentina will have no turning back”.

Source: Ambito

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