Milei’s book ‘Long live freedom, damn!’ arrives in Brazil translated into Portuguese

Milei’s book ‘Long live freedom, damn!’ arrives in Brazil translated into Portuguese
Milei’s book ‘Long live freedom, damn!’ arrives in Brazil translated into Portuguese

Brasilia, June 17 (EFE).- The Almedina Brasil publishing house announced this Monday the launch of the book ‘Long live freedom, damn!’, by the Argentine president, Javier Milei, which reaches the Brazilian market translated into Portuguese.

According to the publisher, “‘Viva a liberdade, Carajo!’ “It is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the libertarian thought of one of the most provocative and influential leaders of today.”

In a note, Almedina Brasil added that “this work is a valuable tool for both economic and political scholars, as well as for the general public, interested in the ideas that are forging the future of Argentina and have repercussions throughout Latin America.” .

He noted that the book was originally published in Italy in 2021, but that the Portuguese edition was “expanded” with “notes that put Argentine national issues in context and clarify economic and ideological concepts.”

The book arrives in Brazil, Argentina’s largest regional trading partner, at a time of strong acrimony in the bilateral relationship.

The Brazilian president, the progressive Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, is ideologically opposite to the libertarian leader, with whom he has not met since he assumed power.

Milei maintains a close relationship with the far-right led in Brazil by former president Jair Bolsonaro (2019-2022), who, unlike Lula, attended his inauguration in December of last year.

Lula and Milei met for the first time at an international conference last Friday, during the G7 summit held in the Italian region of Apulia.

However, there is no news that they have exchanged any words and they were not seen together in any photographs.

The only graphic record in which they coincided was the family photo of the summit, although they were located at the extremes of the group of leaders who attended the meeting of the seven great democracies of the West.

 
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