The Financial Times Links Pope Francis to Alberto Fernández’s Triumph in Argentina

The British economic newspaper Financial Times involved in its latest report a world-renowned figure in the result of last Sunday's primaries in Argentina, in which the "Frente de Todos" won a landslide victory over the ruling party Together for Change: Pope Francis.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - An article published yesterday, August 17th, titled "Investors wonder which Fernández will govern Argentina" and signed by journalist Benedict Mander, begins with a description of a "decisive moment in the career of the man many expect to be the next president of Argentina": a meeting of Alberto Fernández with the Pope, himself an Argentinian, early last year.

"Fernández's meeting with the Pope was a key step in unifying the Peronist opposition hit by his humiliating defeat in the 2017 legislative elections and may have helped pave the way for his return to . . .

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