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Why 2019 is a big election year across the globe

The rise of foreign political consultants could be a game changer in the way polls are held.

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The Argentinian presidential election will be closely watched to see if Mr Macri, who recently secured the largest-ever loan from the IMF, at some US$57 billion, can win a second term given that his public approval ratings have sunk as Argentina's economic woes have mounted.

AS 2018 transitions into 2019, attention is turning to the wide range of key elections in the next 12 months. These span the globe from the Asia-Pacific to the Americas, and will have potentially big impacts for domestic politics, economics, and international relations well into the 2020s....

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