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On January 13th, the day of his 62nd birthday, former Vice-President and two-time Governor of the Buenos Aires Province, Daniel Scioli, presented a book called “The Other Way” (El otro camino).

At the event, which took place in …

You glanced at the title and thought, “Simpsons” or “milanesa,” didn’t you. Turns out you were wrong, you stereotyping fool!

Google today released a list of the terms Argentines most googled over the course of the past year (The Bubble …

National Electoral Chamber Director Alejandro Tullio gave the nation some hot facts, figures and general information regarding this Sunday’s runoff. This is the first time that Argentina will see an electoral process proceed to a second round in her political …

Speaking as both the leader of the Catholic Church and a fellow Argentine, Pope Francis this morning urged his countrymen to “vote according to their consciences.”

“You already know what I think,” the Pope reminded the country in …

In an attempt to capture undecided votes, Cambiemos’ Mauricio Macri and Victory Front’s (FpV) Daniel Scioli have been inching toward the political center with similar crowd-pleasing campaign promises, making it hard sometimes to remember their takes on some of the …

With the newest release of campaign ads, presidential candidates Daniel Scioli (FpV) and Mauricio Macri (Cambiemos) proved that they have at least one thing in common: a knack for choosing the same background music heard when middle-aged people talk about …

In a stark break from Cambiemos’ tone these past few weeks — which has seen the coalition attempt to distance itself from the so-called “fear campaign” it has accused the Victory Front (FpV) of generating — a new video has …

Cambiemos candidate Mauricio Macri held talks with Qom leader Félix Díaz yesterday on the 9 de Julio, where members of the community have been camped out for nine months, and signed an act promising to receive the community’s leaders at

Last week wasn’t easy for President-on-her-way-out Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. On the political front, she treated us with deafening silence following her candidate’s poor performances in the general election. But on the economic front, her government was not so quiet.…

As the first presidential runoff in Argentine history gets closer, Victory Front (FpV) presidential candidate Daniel Scioli announced a series of campaign promises to capture undecided votes, some of which have earned A New Alternative’s Sergio Massa’s praise.

Specifically, he …