Javier Milei's Dnu

Javier Milei's Dnu

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In this book, you will find the complete text of the DNU (Decree of Necessity and Urgency) by Argentine President Javier Milei, known as "Foundations for the Reconstruction of the Argentine Economy" or "Milei's Omnibus Law."

The aim of this book is to provide an accessible and practical resource that facilitates the reading of Milei's famous and controversial decree.

A book to firsthand understand the changes proposed by Javier Milei for Argentina with his DNU.

The legislative strategies, changes, and norms proposed by the world's first liberal president to try to avoid hyperinflation and economically, morally, and socially recover Argentina.

What does this book contain?

In the first part of the book, you will find a guide with an explanation of what a DNU is, its characteristics, application, use, forms, and historical background to understand the law itself.

In the second part, you will find the complete text of President Javier Milei's DNU, and finally, an annex is included with additional material and a glossary.

We hope this digital format allows you to easily navigate through the different articles and provisions that make up the law, enabling faster and more direct access and understanding.

This work is not intended to be an elaborate commentary but a reference and consultation material that facilitates access to the law. We wish for this book to become an invaluable tool to expedite the consultation and reading of the DNU text.


The most ambitious bill in history.

The Decree of Necessity and Urgency (DNU) issued by President Javier Milei, titled "Foundations for the Reconstruction of the Argentine Economy," is one of the largest deregulations and modifications in Argentine history and represents an extremely significant measure in the economic and social context of Argentina.

The DNU covers a vast spectrum of regulations and reforms, focusing on key aspects, mainly on labor reforms, economic regulations, and energy policy, in the face of an extremely critical economic situation characterized by the risk of hyperinflation and a context of prolonged economic stagnation.

Milei's government argues that the policies of previous governments have led the country to a state of emergency, with potentially catastrophic inflation and an extremely high level of poverty making this law necessary.

In conclusion, the importance of Milei's DNU lies both in the country's crisis situation and in the number of laws it covers, in the deregulations it seeks to carry out, and the structural, political, and social changes it proposes.

We hope this book will be an excellent tool to facilitate the reading and understanding of the changes proposed by Milei, whether you are in favor or against.