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Today, Cristina Kirchner testified before federal judge Claudio Bonadio in the ongoing, explosive “Notebook Scandal,” which many say is building up to be one of the greatest corruption scandals in the history of Argentina.

After arriving at the Comodoro Py

Update: As anticipated, the former President refused to answer any questions in her appearance before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio, and instead delivered a written statement, in which she requested both the judge and Federal Prosecutor Carlos Stornelli be recused from …

The so-called “notebooks of corruption” scandal continues its exponential growth as a result of the information provided by the actors from the public and private sector who are marching down to the offices of Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio and Prosecutor …

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noun

a person or thing regarded as a representative symbol or as worthy of veneration.

The name Jim Delligatti probably doesn’t ring a bell, does it? He could be any accountant or lawyer in pretty much any …

As hundreds of thousands of women, men, and children held vigil last night in front of Congress while Argentina’s Senators made history debating the proposed abortion bill, there’s no denying that after an unsurprising but still disappointing result, many will …

It’s gonna take some time for the dust to clear from yesterday’s hectic, ultimately frustrating Senate hearing that rejected the bill that would legalize abortion in Argentina (for now). The marathon session saw 64 senators speak their mind about the …

As we wake up to the news that the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion in Argentina has been defeated in Senate by 38 votes to 31 and the pro-choice movement wipes the green face-paint from tear-stained cheeks, it’s easy …

Senate Votes No

On Thursday, August 9th, the Argentine Senate voted at around 2:45 a.m. to reject a bill that would legalize abortion in Argentina, with 31 votes in favor and 38 votes against. 

The Bill

The bill, which

It’s difficult for a Tweet to sum up the complexity of the world we live in nowadays. But the one below might just come as close to doing it as any other:

That’s right, as of 10:45 AM today, pro-choice …

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Clarín reports that, given it is almost certain the abortion bill will be struck down in the Senate, government officials are considering including the decriminalization of abortion as part of their broader initiative to reform the country’s criminal …