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Argentina: Strong electoral showing for centrist suggests policy pivot

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The first round of Argentine presidential elections saw Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory (PJ-FPV, Peronists) secure 36.8% of the vote, against 34.3% for Mauricio Macri of the centrist opposition coalition Cambiemos (Let’s Change). The latter defied polling expectations and enters the 22 November run-off with momentum.  

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