RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The ruling party Frente de Todos was defeated in the legislative elections and will no longer have a majority in the Upper House. This political circumstance weakens the government when it seeks parliamentary support to the eventual agreement it may close with the International Monetary Fund.
The government was defeated from north to south in 15 provinces and gave up its quorum in the Senate after being defeated in six of the eight districts where its seats were at stake.
Faced with the overwhelming electoral results, Alberto Fernández Fernández and Cristina Fernández de . . .