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The government rejected on Monday a request from the Argentine chapter of Transparency International, Poder Ciudadano, to turn in the visitor logs of the Olivos presidential residency since the beginning of the Macri administration.

To justify its decision, the Legal …

The trial for the s0-called “K Money Trail” case, one of the most emblematic investigations on alleged corruption during the Kirchner administrations, began today. For the first time, a court will determine if those accused were effectively part of

In the latest edition of The Bubble podcast, Demian Bio hosts Johns Hopkins university alumni and Former Boren Fellow in Rio Edmund Ruge to discuss the most …

Well, there you have it.

Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro will reportedly take his first overseas trip to Chile, not Argentina, its main trading partner in the region. The decision was confirmed to Reuters by congressman Onyx Lorenzoni, who is set …

The election of Jair Bolsonaro as the next President of Brazil is set to herald a dramatic shift in the region, not only on political and social aspects – if he follows through with one percent of his statements in …

Government officials announced on Thursday that they would seek to deport four foreigners who, according to police, participated in the clashes that took place outside Congress during the debate over the 2019 Budget Bill.

However, chances are they are not

The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Executive Board approved the Stand-By agreement reached with Argentina, which was announced on September 26 by Treasury and Finance Minister Nicolás Dujovne and the Fund’s Managing Director, Christine Lagarde.

However, contrary to what had been …

The Argentine economy saw an inter-annual contraction of 1.6 percent in August, according to a report released on Thursday by the Indec statistics agency. The figure marks the fifth consecutive month of contraction for the Argentine economy, which so far …

Government officials announced today that they will seek to deport four foreigners – one Turkish, one Paraguayan and two Venezuelan citizens – who were arrested yesterday during the violent clashes between police and protesters that took place outside Congress while …

In the end, the government managed to pass the 2019 Budget Bill in the Lower House in the early hours of the morning, but just like it happened in December last year during the pensions reform bill, everyone’s attention was …