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La Capital is a Spanish-language daily published in Rosario, in central Argentina's province of Santa Fe. It was founded in 1867 and is the oldest Argentine newspaper still in circulation.

New Argentine President Sworn In

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La Capital, Dec. 11, 2015

"I want to be the president of a united Argentina," Argentina's oldest daily La Capitalquotes the country's new leader Mauricio Macri as saying on its front page Friday, a day after he was sworn in as president.

Predecessor Cristina Fernández de Kirchner boycotted Macri's inauguration after a bitter dispute over the details of the handover ceremony.

In his inaugural speech, center-right Macri, 56, outlined three primary objectives, La Capital reports — vowing to achieve zero poverty, and fighting drug trafficking and corruption in Argentina.

For more, we offer this El Espectador/Worldcrunch piece, Adios Populism! Cleaning Up Ruins Left By Maduro And Kirchner.