Karina Milei was one of the exclusionary figures of the special session of the Chamber of Deputies on Thursday in which the new legislators were sworn in. The sister of President-elect Javier Milei confirmed with this staging that she will be very influential in the next administration and no one imagines her in her role as secretary general as the "housekeeper" of the Casa Rosada.
Ecstatic, the president-elect himself took advantage of his sister's appearance in one of the boxes of the Lower House to celebrate his incorporation into the new government on his social networks.
"And El Jefe beat the caste. They have told her everything, belittled her, insulted, insulted and slandered her. The Boss, however, never gave up. He went on forgiving and without rancor... Too much greatness to be understood by the average human... Today he contemplated part of his work... On Sunday it will shine brighter again...", he celebrated through a message published on X, and then ended with his war cry: "Long live Fucking Freedom".
In fact, Karina will be anointed as secretary general of the Presidency. But, it is known, it plays a significant role in every political decision of the president-elect.
He has vetoed historical collaborators of the loquacious economist for the libertarian cabinet and has been a fundamental piece in the organization of the ceremony of the transfer of power. It was not in vain that the president-elect decided to avoid his speech in front of the legislative assembly – "the caste" – and to speak from the steps of Congress to the people, whom he summoned to gather carrying Argentine flags.
Karina has a degree in Public Relations from the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE), and for a long time she dedicated herself to commercial and artistic activity. It was only a little more than two years ago that he turned to politics to accompany his brother when he decided to be a candidate for national deputy for a liberal party.
His influence on the president-elect is notorious. He has the last word in blessing political alliances. That is why, together with Nicolás Posse, he has had a remarkable power in the assembly of the cabinet that will take office this Sunday, December 10.
He does not usually make public statements. But he has been part of the documentary "Javier Milei, the liberal revolution". Echoing the "caste" apothegm, he argued that traditional politicians "don't think about people, I think they only think about them. I don't see that they have empathy with people. Because they don't really care."
It is expected that "El Jefe", as the president-elect calls him, will play a decisive role in the sectoral negotiations that will have to be carried out by the new administration, which will have to face a profound adjustment of the public accounts.