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The American Club Will Host a Lunch With a Special Political Panel

The event will take place on Monday, June 24th.

By | [email protected] | June 18, 2019 7:56am

Welcome to Argentina (26)From left to right Enrique Zuleta Puceiro, Paulino Rodrigues, Walter Stoeppelwerth and Guillermo Laborda

This Saturday, June 22, is the deadline for all Argentine political parties to identify their lists of candidates including those running on their respective tickets for President and Vice President. And the American Club will be first to the market with a special download of the scenario in the form of an Almuerzo Diagnóstico on Monday, June 24 involving four of the best-known political analysts in the country who will participate in a discussion and analysis of the current electoral process in light of the recent definitions. The event is co-hosted by The Essential.

The June 24 Almuerzo Diagnóstico will feature an all-star panel of political analysts consisting of:

  • Enrique Zuleta Puceiro: Professor of General Theory and Sociology of Law at the University of Buenos Aires. President of the Foundation for Economic and Social Research (FINES) and the national consultancy agency OPSM, specialized in applied social research. He runs the Economic and Social Trends Monitor, a monthly socio-political situation report;
  • Paulino Rodriquez: Political journalist. He has an extended resume that includes TV (La Lupa on Channel 26), radio (Continental, FM Latina) and newspapers (La Nación);
  • Walter Stoepplewerth: Specialist in market and financial analysis. CIO of Portfolio Personal Inversiones (PPI);
  • Guillermo Laborda: Journalist, specialized in economy with a Master’s degree from CEMA University. He is the director of Bank Magazine and is a regular analyst on TV (América 24). In the past, he was chief editor at Ámbito Financiero.

This event comes off the heels of several other successful and informative speaking events as the American Club involving among others, Senator Federico Pinedo, Presidential pre-candidates Jose Luis Espert and Roberto Lavagna, and, most recently, political columnist Carlos Pagni who stopped by the club last Friday.

To make reservations for the Almuerzo Diagnóstico as well as the plethora of activities the club has to offer, visit their official website or call 4473-8801/05. Tickets can be acquired beforehand (AR $950 for club members, AR $1,200 for non-members) or the same day of the event (AR $1,200 for club members, AR $1,500 for non-members).

UPDATE (June 21st)

Renowned journalist Silvia Mercado to join Political Panel at the American Club lunch on Monday. Silvia Mercado is a teacher, writer and journalist with years of multimedia experience. She has made her mark on radio and television and has been a principal writer for Infobae for the last ten years.

Carlos Pagni at The American Club last Friday (Photo Courtesy of The American Club)