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On the eve of tomorrow’s morning session in the Senate to discuss whether or not police raids on Cristina Kirchner’s Recoleta home will be allowed, a demonstration to protest the former President and current senator is planned outside Congress at

The Catholic Church played a key role in the defeat of the bill that would have legalized abortion in Argentina on August 8. But at a cost. Its place in Argentine society and the fact that the Constitution establishes that …

On Sunday, President Mauricio Macri discussed the possibility of having Cristina Kirchner go to prison as a result of her alleged involvement in the so-called ‘notebooks scandal,’ in which she stands accused of being the head of an illicit organization …

Ever since the “notebooks scandal” broke, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner stayed silent and refrained from addressing the many shocking revelations that came after.

In fact, when she had to appear before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio to testify regarding …

For the first time in the ‘Notebooks Scandal,’ a confession from high ranking business leader in Argentina can be connected to a concrete decision made by the Kirchner administration.

News surfaced today that yesterday, business leader Gabriel Romero admitted before …

The government has decided to postpone introducing the reform to the criminal code due to internal rifts concerning the legal character abortions – still clandestine – should entail. While one camp favors decriminalization, its antagonists argue that it should be …

The Security Ministry announced today that it will offer a reward to whoever is able to provide information that leads to the recovery of embezzled money, in the context of the “notebooks scandal” case. The general reward will amount to …

As more business leaders and public officials involved in the “notebooks scandal” continue to try to convince both Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio and Prosecutors Carlos Stornelli and Claudio Rívolo to grant them plea deals, more damning testimonies about former Kirchnerite …

Was ANMAT expecting a different result? Despite the Senate’s rejection of the bill to legalize abortion last week, the National Administration of Drugs, Foods and Medical Devices (ANMAT) has authorized the national production of misoprostol, more commonly known as the …

[Update] In the end, the camp in the Upper House willing to vote in favor of partially stripping former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner from her parliamentary immunity fell one senator short from garnering quorum to hold the vote.

At …