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The blackout in Argentina, Uruguay and some areas of Brazil and Chile in June 2019 was intentionally caused by the US, perhaps through an electromagnetic pulse or a cyber-attack. It could be intended to warn Argentina prior to the upcoming elections in which a left-wing government may come to power again, and as a deterrent against Russia, China and Iran.
No evidence is provided to support these claims. Argentina’s blackout happened after a similar outage in Venezuela, where the government openly blamed an alleged US cyber-attack.
On July 3, an official report of the Argentinian government attributed the blackout to an “operating error by high-voltage power transportation company Transener”, in charge of securing the country’s electric grid, definitely ruling out the possibility of an external intervention.