*This webinar will be lead in Spanish
The elections scheduled for 22 October will take place in a highly polarised context, with the country in a tense economic, political and social situation.
While Argentina represents a regional exception in terms of crime rates and homicide rates, distancing itself from the reality of neighbouring countries, recent years have reflected a change in trend, with an increase in crime at the national level and especially in the cities of Rosario and Santa Fe. The country is called to vote in an atmosphere of tension, with a population highly critical of the political class, which is held responsible for the deteriorating economic situation.
The candidate Javier Milei, far removed from conventional party politics, won broad support in the August primaries, altering the political landscape with disruptive proposals aligned with a libertarian ideology that has generated controversy and strong support from society.
In this webinar we will address the state of security in the country, with a special focus on Rosario and Santa Fe. In addition, we will review the profile of the most likely candidates to win and detail the recommendations for those companies that plan to move to the country and have local employees. At the end, our security experts will answer any questions related to the situation in Argentina or related issues.