Mauricio Macri has been sworn in as Argentina’s new president, vowing to combine a nation.
The centre-right Mr Macri took a promise of bureau in Congress though his coronation was boycotted by his predecessor, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, in a quarrel over a venue.
In his initial speech, Mr Macri vowed to tackle corruption, misery and drug trafficking.
He also affianced “team work” and an finish to fight in politics.
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Mr Macri, 56, told Congress: “As boss we wish to be a citizen who can promulgate with all Argentines.
“Politics for me is not a foe to see who’s got a bigger ego. It’s operative together for a good of a people.”
He vowed to work “tirelessly for we in these entrance 4 years”.
Late on Wednesday, Ms Fernandez had bid farewell to supporters in an romantic speech, propelling people to take to a streets if they felt tricked by a new centre-right government.
This is a initial time given a finish of a troops persecution in 1983 that a boss has not attended a coronation of a successor.
Mr Macri triumphed in final month’s choosing run-off, violence Ms Fernandez’s selected successor, Daniel Scioli.
Mr Macri has betrothed to pierce from a mostly state-controlled economy underneath a revolutionary Ms Fernandez to one that is some-more giveaway market-orientated, easing trade and banking controls.
He has also betrothed to urge family with a US.
In his debate in Congress he said: “We’ve got to take fight out of a centre of politics. With fighting nobody wins, with dialogue, everybody wins.
“A new time is coming, a time of dialogue, a time of teamwork.”
He pronounced those who had voted for him wanted 3 goals – 0 poverty, an finish to drug trafficking and a togetherness of all Argentines.
To applause, he pronounced he wanted a law spotless of a domestic affiliations.
Marta Gabriela Michetti was sworn in as vice-president.
Mr Macri afterwards trafficked to a presidential house to accept a cincture and rod of office.
Ms Fernandez had insisted that a handover of a black of bureau should also take place in Congress, where her celebration binds a infancy of seats.
She argued this was a tradition determined by her and her late father and prototype in office, Nestor Kirchner.
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The Buenos Aires Herald says Ms Fernandez’s final day showed her “at both her best and her worst” with a “display of sparse domestic mischief” though with “a hold on a renouned imagination”. She is “leaving not with nostalgia though with a rallying cry”, it concludes.
La Prensa describes Ms Fernandez’s disaster to conduct a handover rite as “a detriment though precedents” and “a sour doctrine schooled too late”, adding that new boss is now resolutely “in control”.
Left-wing journal Pagina 12 is some-more sympathetic, display images of a outrageous crowds of supporters collected in a Plaza de Mayo, along with a headline: “The Hug.”
In Brazil, worried repository Veja writes of “the follies of Cristina Kirchner” while Chile’s El Mercurio says Mr Macri is holding energy “surrounded by controversy”.
Mr Macri argued that according to presidential protocol, a handover should be hold in a palace, as it was before 2003.
Local media reported that Mr Macri’s preference was substantially driven not only by tradition though also by a regard that supporters of Ms Fernandez could interrupt a rite in Congress.
After Ms Fernandez declined to attend a ceremonies, Mr Macri’s celebration sought a justice claim affirming that her tenure finished during midnight on Wednesday.
Ms Fernandez told her supporters on Wednesday evening: “I can’t pronounce prolonged since during midnight we spin into a pumpkin.”