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After voting favor of Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio’s request to raid the properties belonging to former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the Senate also approved a so-called “expired ownership” bill (ley de extinción de dominio). This …

Yesterday, the Argentine Senate unanimously voted to approve the raid order issued by Judge Claudio Bonadio to search former President and current Senator Cristina Kirchner’s residences. The raid on Kirchner’s properties are part of the ongoing notebook scandal, which is

On the same day that the Senate voted to allow raids on Cristina Fernández de Kircher’s properties as part of investigations into the ongoing “notebooks scandal,” she gave an inflammatory speech in Congress in which she defended herself against what …

With 66 votes in favor and none against, the Senate unanimously approved on Wednesday the request from Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio to raid the properties belonging to former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in the context of the “notebooks scandal”

On August 8th, an Ecuadorian lawmaker called for the removal of a statue of  Néstor Kirchner from the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) Secretariat Headquarters in the city of Mitad del Mundo, near Quito.

Both late President Nestor Kirchner

Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently or simply haciendo como el avestruz (who can blame you), you may have noticed that Argentina’s economy really isn’t doing too well at the moment. In a desperate effort to reduce the …

Extracts from the testimony of former Public Works Secretary José López in the so-called “notebooks scandal” case continue to surface. Speaking to Federal Prosecutor Carlos Stornelli, López provided more information about the episode in which he was caught red handed …

Oscar Thomas is the only remaining fugitive in the ongoing Notebook Scandal, which many political analysts in Argentina are referring to as the biggest corruption scandal in the country’s history. Moreover, the former official’s lawyer maintained that he would remain

Yesterday, thousands marched in Buenos Aires beginning at 7 PM to protest former President and current senator Cristina Kirchner, a demonstration that culminated in the gathering of a significant crowd outside of Congress last night.

The protest— which denounced

Senator Esteban Bullrich warned this morning that the Cambiemos caucus will reject the conditions imposed by former President Cristina Kirchner to authorize the raids of her properties, requested by Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio with regards to the “notebooks scandal” case.…