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The decision of three business leaders to take a plea bargain, after being charged as a result of the events uncovered in the now-infamous notebooks written by Oscar Centeno, seemed to be a breaking point in the fight against corruption …

The political scandal known as “the notebooks of corruption,” which revealed a (still alleged) corruption scheme involving high-profile business leaders and former officials of the Kirchner administration, and goes all the way up to former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, …

Plenty of us have vaguely traumatic childhood memories of being told to eat our greens or risk going to bed hungry (or maybe that’s just me). Our parents, doing everything in their power to get us to finish just a …

It was always going to be close, but now we finally have confirmation: yesterday Juan Carlos Romero, the Peronist Senator for Salta, finally confirmed that next Wednesday he would vote against the bill to legalize abortion . This means that …

After months of silence, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is set to make a return to the public political scene today. She’ll be the keynote speaker at a sort of “training camp” for 400 leaders of the mechanics union …

Temperatures are way beyond sub-zero right now and spring may be further away ever, but at least we can all rejoice that blue skies and sunshine are back on the agenda. If you’ve been cooped up, huddled under a blanket …

Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio will reportedly ask former President Cristina Kirchner be removed of parliamentary immunity as a result of her potential involvement in the corruption scandal known as the “notebooks of corruption,” which surfaced yesterday.

Kirchner has immunity …

The current, ongoing scandal that began yesterday after Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio ordered the detention of 18 people implicated in a massive corruption scheme that allegedly took place during the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations continues today—with 13 people currently

Oscar Centeno, the driver at the center of the massive corruption scandal that surfaced yesterday and detailed an alleged complex scheme involving bribes during the Nestor and Cristina Kirchner administrations, has reportedly taken a plea deal and will ratify the …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is reportedly saying that the current administration is to blame for the explosive corruption scandal that surfaced this morning in Argentina – known here as “the notebooks of corruption” – and that has her …