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The day is finally here. The session in the Lower House aimed at voting on the bill decriminalizing abortion has already began. The debate is expected to stretch out throughout the entire day, and the voting will probably not take …

The members of the CGT umbrella union’s Executive Board announced yesterday they will hold a general strike on Monday, June 25. The decision follows the cancellation of a meeting with members of the Macri administration, aimed at preventing exactly that.…

Hugo Moyano, the virtual leader of the teamsters union – the formal one is his son Pablo – has just confirmed a strike for this Thursday.

The union demands an annual salary increase of 27 percent. In a press conference, …

Back in Buenos Aires after his whirlwind trip to the G7 leaders’ summit in Canada, President Mauricio Macri has reiterated that the government’s deal with the International Monetary Fund for a Stand-By Arrangement is a “historic” opportunity and that he …

The fate of the bill aimed at decriminalizing abortion will begin to be decided tomorrow, when the members of the four commissions in the Lower House that have been debating the issue for almost three months vote on whether to …

If you are in a WhatsApp group, you’ve probably already heard them. Different audios featuring unidentified men assuring the imminent breaking of an explosive piece of news: the coach of the Argentine national football team, Jorge Sampaoli, would be formally …

Seeking a path to unity ahead of the 2019 presidential elections, Peronist factions sympathetic to the leadership of the ousted Partido Justicialista (PJ) chair have agreed to establish a political commission to paper over divisions within the party.

At a …

The government’s US $50 billion agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) caused garnered widespread support from some of the most powerful states, such as the United States, China, Germany, and Japan. In fact, American Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin commended …

As part of the US $50 billion stand-by arrangement struck with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced yesterday, Argentina’s economy and key institutions like the Central Bank are set to undergo a series of changes that the government hopes …

The Argentine government announced yesterday it reached a US $50 billion, 36-month stand-by agreement with the International Monetary Fund. The Macri administration resorted to the international organization in mid-May, following a sharp depreciation of the peso, a result of a …