Voters in Argentina will head to the ballot box on Sunday in what is widely regarded as the most open-ended presidential race since the country returned to democracy 40 years ago.

The first-round presidential vote follows a shock primary win for far-right frontrunner Javier Milei, a libertarian outsider who has pledged to dollarize the economy, abolish the country’s central bank, and sharply reduce state spending.

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