Far-right Javier Milei wins most votes in Argentina's primary election
Javier Milei, a far-right economist, has won the most votes in Argentina's primary elections.
Milei's victory has raised concerns about the country's political future.
Milei is known for his controversial views on the economy and social issues.
He has been critical of the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Milei has also been accused of making homophobic and sexist comments.
His victory is seen as a blow to President Alberto Fernandez's ruling coalition.
The primary elections are seen as a key indicator of the upcoming general elections in November.
Milei's win highlights the growing popularity of far-right politics in Argentina.
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