The election campaign for the Argentine presidency has been marked by threats against candidate Sergio Massa and his family. Five people have been accused of the threats, including a teenager arrested in Salta for threatening to kill the 17-year-old son of presidential candidate Massa on Instagram. The election campaign has been aggressive, with Massa running against ultra-liberal populist Javier Milei in a neck-and-neck race.
The booing of Milei at an opera performance disrupted the event, with part of the audience showing their disapproval of his populist slogans and anarcho-capitalist views. Milei has caused a stir with his controversial rhetoric, leading opponents to accuse him of standing for a “dictatorship.” Meanwhile, personal protection orders and legal investigations are underway for those accused of making threats against the Masa family.
In addition to these developments, there are numerous links to criminal attorney directories scattered throughout the content. This raises concerns about potential legal issues that may arise from the threats made against the Masa family and other candidates during this highly charged election cycle.