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Welcome, friends, to another installment of The Setlist: the only weekly music column that’ll both provide you with a list of all the best live shows in town and inject a healthy amount of existential dread into your Wednesday routine. …

In case you missed it, here’s the President Mauricio Macri’s first State of the Nation address, on the day of the 134th opening of the Ordinary Sessions in Congress.

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On Thursday evening, we as a population were subjected to the third Cadena Nacional of the day. Jesus, how many more are we supposed to take?!

Although if you take into consideration the fact that this is Inauguration Day, we …

Another Cadena Nacional?! TWO CADENAS NACIONALES ON THE SAME DAY!?

Yes, one for the swearing-in ceremony and the second for the Transfer of Presidential Powers Ceremony. Stop complaining, this only happens once every four years (or eight, if the president …

Here it is! The moment you’ve been waiting for. The first Cadena Nacional of the Mauricio Macri age: Season 01, Episode 01. Here we go.

On this week’s podcast:

Analysis of the very civilized (boring) presidential debate of last week.

Cristina delivers three cadenas nacionales in a week

Rob Crisp reports on political parties expenses

Bianca Fernet explains the new Argentine bonds

Sian Iles reports …

Well, she’s done it. People thought she wouldn’t dare but boy, did she dare.

In the last seven days, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has used the Cadena Nacional three times to campaign in favor of Daniel Scioli or her …

Cambiemos presidential candidate Mauricio Macri was livid after last night’s Cadena Nacional, which was not only the 43rd this year, but the second in three days.

“We’re sick of the national broadcast!” he said at a rally in Córdoba.…

It was the second Cadena Nacional of the week yesterday, and it was only Wednesday.

At this point, there’s just no purpose in reminding readers of the severity of the President’s unconstitutional practices, her blatant disregard for the rules which …

Someday in the future, we will look back to 2015 and scratch our heads, wondering how it was possible that the President held over 40 Cadenas in less than a year. We will be mesmerized by the inaction and apparent …