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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 former president of the Argentine Chamber of Construction, Carlos Wagner, is the latest business leader to reach a plea deal with the judicial authorities working on the case known as “the notebooks of corruption,” which investigates a bribery scheme …

Former head of Argentina’s Federal Planning Ministry Julio de Vido testified today before federal judge Claudio Bonadio  in one of the greatest corruption scandals to ever break in Argentina.

The scandal revolves around the discovery of eight notebooks that meticulously

Is it that time again already? Just hours after the bill to legalize abortion was defeated in Senate, Río Negro Senator Miguel Ángel Pichetto swiftly moved along on to the next order of the day, announcing that he will be …

Today, former Public Works Secretary José López faced the first day of the trial in which he stands accused of illicit enrichment. López was first accused of the crime in 2006, but his name and the case rose to notoriety …

After the decision from the Ministry of Transport to remove minimum fares on domestic flights, it has now decided to replicate this initiative for long-distance domestic bus journeys, both in a bid to promote local tourism, and also in the …

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 …

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

The bill, which would have included access to

After an exhausting 15-hour debate, Argentina’s Senate has said ‘no’ to legalizing abortion. The legislators of the Upper House discussed the future of reproductive rights while thousands gathered around Congress for an all-day, all-night vigil in the frigid Buenos Aires …

Yesterday, former federal judge Norberto Oyarbide testified before federal judge Claudio Bonadio after finding himself embroiled in the ongoing explosive corruption scandal revolving  around the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations. Oyarbide has had no less than 47 separate complaints of