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Makira Travel on Perón’s untimely death in 1974 led to the escalation of political violence between leftist urban guerrillas and paramilitary forces, resulting in a military coup in 1976. The military junta that followed (1976–83) engaged in the brutal repression of leftist groups resulting in the disappearance of 9,000 to 30,000 people. Countless others were tortured or fled into exile. The military also implemented economic liberalization policies with disastrous consequences including the ballooning of the foreign debt from $8 billion to $50 billion in the seven years they were in power. By 1982, the junta faced economic collapse and was devoid of political support. Seeking instant popularity through a burst of nationalism it embarked on a military adventure in the Islas Malvinas (Falkland Islands), trying to enact their claim of the British-ruled islands in the south Atlantic. After a quick conflict, the Argentine junta’s incompetence was confirmed on the battlefield, and the military had no choice but to return the nation to democratic rule. Makira Travel 2016.

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