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Argentina's Fernandez leads Macri with first results counted, heading toward outright win

Reuters Monday, 28 October 2019
Argentina's Alberto Fernandez was leading the presidential election on Sunday and was on track to win outright, according to a count of 73% of the ballots, a result that would shift Latin America's No. 3 economy firmly back toward the Peronist left.
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News video: Alberto Fernandez expected to dethrone Argentina President Macri

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Argentina's presidential election on Sunday is expected to swing power back to the Peronist opposition following four years of business-friendly reformer Mauricio Macri.

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