Milei, Bolsonaro and Kast: the “conservative-liberal” triangle in Latin America meets in Brazil

"Confronting Socialism" was one of the main themes of the presentation given by representatives of conservatism from Argentina, Brazil, and Chile at the Conservative Political Action Conference in São Paulo.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentine Javier Milei, Brazilian Eduardo Bolsonaro, and Chilean José Antonio Kast shared the same stage in Brazil. They are representatives of some liberal and, at the same time, conservative positions in their countries and met for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in São Paulo. And to speak of "confrontation with socialism."

The meeting was organized by the Conservative-Liberal Institute, the think tank of Congressman Eduardo Bolsonaro, one of the sons of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has expressed his sympathy for Milei on several occasions.

The congressman is active on social media, where . . .

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