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Carlos Pagni is the Next Guest at the American Club’s Rounds of Political Meetings

Breakfast and Q&A with the journalist will take place on June 14th

By | [email protected] | June 7, 2019 12:39pm

1462Carlos Pagni (Photo via Baires Para Todos)

He’s one of the top political analysts in Argentina, a figure that has carved out quite the impressive career in journalism thanks to his work at La Nación and TN, to name just two. And he will be the guest of honor next June 14th at the American Club’s round of political gatherings that has already dished out two successful editions: the inaugural event with Provisional President of the National Senate Federico Pinedo and a second that featured presidential candidate José Luis Espert

This edition will be a little different since, unlike the previous lunches, Pagni’s event will take place in the morning, meaning attendees will be able to taste the Club’s breakfast menu for a change. The event will be held in Spanish.

The gathering with Carlos Pagni could not come at a more timely date, as the deadline for announcing political alliances will have occurred just two days earlier (on June 12th), meaning that Pagni will bring his acute analysis of the political landscape as a result. With the deadline for candidacies just a few weeks away (June 22nd) there are still many unknowns and Pagni is one of the most respected points of view in the matter. The event will be the ideal setting for him to tie pieces together and expose the potential directions, decisions, and motivations that may define the future of the elections in Argentina.

One of the most interesting opportunities that these events present for attendees is the possibility of taking part in Q&A sessions with such distinguished personalities. Carlos Pagni, for example, is used to being the one asking the questions, but this time around he will be on the other side of the table, offering guests a very rare opportunity to see a different facet of the journalist.

The event, which is hosted in partnership with The Essential, has a special early bird price for those who buy tickets until June 8th (AR $950 for American Club members and AR $1,200 for non-members). After June 8th, tickets will be available for AR $1,200 (members) and AR $1,500 (non-members). The ticket includes an American breakfast consisting of scrambled eggs and crispy bacon together with coffee, O.J. and a glass of Rutini champagne. Reservations can be made through [email protected].

For more information visit the newly renovated American Club website.

The American Club (Photo by Julian White-Davis)

Adrian Bono (The Essential), Federico Pinedo (PRO) and Robert Urban (The American Club) during Pinedo’s political lunch at the club (Photo by Lautaro Sourigues)