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Feeling lost this election cycle? Adrian Bono explains it all.…

The hottest Argentine telenovela of the summer – and I’m not talking about the struggle to not melt while living with what feels like two million degrees and extended power outages – has reached an early conclusion. Buenos Aires Province …

Last week, news broke of electoral fraud in the recent presidential elections in the Congo. Subsequently, a report surfaced by think tank The Sentry which reported that the new electronic voting machines used in that same election in Congo were …

In an interview published by Infobae on Sunday, Sergio Massa confirmed he will go for a new presidential run. “I will be a candidate,” he said. Massa also hurled some predictable criticism against the Macri administration and floated some political …

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 …

Happy Election Year everybody!

As you may be aware, in 2019 roughly a third of the Senate, half of Congress, our Vice-President and President are all up for election. What you may not know is that 21 of 23 …

The 2019 presidential elections are roughly a year away, but we know Argentina is always in electoral mode anyway. Most politicians’ actions are interpreted based on the electoral impact they could have next time Argentines head to the polls and, …

Seeking a path to unity ahead of the 2019 presidential elections, Peronist factions sympathetic to the leadership of the ousted Partido Justicialista (PJ) chair have agreed to establish a political commission to paper over divisions within the party.

At a …