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The debate over the decriminalization of abortion is (was?) a cross-cut in the Argentine political landscape. On the one hand, members of parties that have been historically opposed to it found themselves joining forces with others who have traditionally been …

A Court of Appeals in the province of Chaco determined that embattled Cambiemos Deputy Aída Ayala will not be stripped from her parliamentary immunity and go to prison. For now. Today, the court upheld an appeal presented by Ayala’s defense …

The main representatives of Cambiemos in the Legislative Branch reached an agreement with the Cabinet Chief’s office regarding an alternative method to implement increases in gas bills. Leader of the Cambiemos caucus in the Lower House and member of the …

This year, Argentina’s economy is not unfolding in the way the government would have liked it to.

Although members of the Macri administration got to pat themselves on the back with the Indec’s report that the poverty rate in the …

Heated discussions; crossed accusations; a power outage and a piece of paper that prompted a scandalous, early end to a congressional session.

In a much anticipated appearance before the Special Committee of Oversight and Control of the Administration and Payment …

The debate regarding the possibility of charging foreigners for the use of public hospitals in the country has made its way to the forefront of the bilateral agenda between Argentina and Bolivia, as well as the National Congress.

Following the …

Ever since Cambiemos announced it won’t block an eventual debate about the decriminalization and legalization of abortion in Congress, the political conversation has been dominated by speculation about the chances it would have of succeeding.

The government’s pension reform bill made it through the Lower House early this morning with 127 votes in favour, 117 against, and 2 abstentions. The close vote came after more than 17 hours of debate on the floor and scenes …

Having tried and failed last week to have the Lower House approve a contested pension reform, the government will give it another go today armed with a renewed political support agreement from governors keen on seeing the fiscal pact …

Update: After a severe clash between government and opposition in Congress over the pension reform bill, the Lower House president decided to call off the session. 

Get ready. Traffic in downtown Buenos Aires is impossible today as unions, leftist political …