Conservative Mauricio Macri has been confirmed as the winner in Argentina’s presidential elections after his ruling party opponent conceded.
With almost all votes counted, Mr Macri led Daniel Scioli by 51.5% to 48.5%.
He danced on stage at a victory rally at his Buenos Aires headquarters and thanked his staff for their support.
Mr Macri’s victory is the first in more than a decade for Argentina’s centre-right opposition and ends the 12-year rule of the Peronist Party.
“Today is a historic day,” said Mr Macri, addressing thousands of cheering supporters. “It’s the changing of an era.”
Sunday’s victory completes a turnaround for Mr Macri, who is currently mayor of Buenos Aires, after he lost in the first round of voting to Mr Scioli.
But Mr Scioli, who is the governor of Buenos Aires province, did not command enough of a lead to win the vote outright, forcing a run-off – the first in the country’s history.
Mr Macri went into Sunday’s vote with a comfortable lead in opinion polls, and campaigned on pledges to bring new investment into the ailing economy, tackle crime and fight corruption.

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