Agreed, exactly why I wrote - "What you say is very true though about the hypocrisy of the new groups that come into power and then repeat the same corruption that they had decried by the previous group."There was corruption in the past, there still is, such as Christina Kirchner amassing over 100 million dollars after coming to power with her husband, all thanks to a "successful law business", some estimate of her wealth, which is probably mostly in black: https://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-politicians/presidents/cristina-fernandez-de-kirchner-net-worth/
How am I justifying an anti capitalistic government? I haven't said anything about if I agree or not with the economic policies of the current administration, which by and large, I don't.Your comment may seem to justify the "anticapitalistic" government measures as if the evil rich get their pay back. In reality the money grabbing measures are just ordinary thievery and it hurts honest Argentines much more than corrupt ones. Maybe you live in a bubble, but I have seen honest people's life and future destroyed by this government and I left the country because I did not want to be a victim myself.
What the dictatorship did was incredibly anti capitalistic and thievery. I know many in the financial industry here, partners in well known banks, who had to flee and their assets were confiscated by the junta. Farmers who had their land confiscated because it was deemed strategic. Property rights is the foundation of capitalism.
A lot of these families that stole assets through the power of the state, continue to live off of the state. They are rent seekers, nothing more.