By this time next week, Argentina should know who its next leader will be.
Polls suggest next Sunday's race for president is too close to call. It pits the ruling party candidate Sergio Massa - against a political outsider the firebrand Libertarian Javier Milei.
Taking place amid the country's worst economic crisis in decades, the ballot poses two starkly different choices for voters.
CGTN's Joel Richards reports from Buenos Aires.