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Entries with Keyword “casa rosada”

Remember when Argentina had a President for 12 hours because Cristina and Macri couldn’t get along in time for the official power transfer ceremony? Seriously, the whole thing was a ridiculous kerfuffle over where the “presidential baton” (a real thing)

Leaked photos of, allegedly, some of the Casa Rosada’s little-known corners have been circulating around the Internet and will make you gaze at your mold-covered ceiling with honest pride.

The utter disrepair of some of the rooms featured in the …

After the former Kirchner administration hijacked the official Casa Rosada Twitter account and the controversial creation of a fake account Cambiemos now has its own verified Twitter account, @CasaRosada.

*Update* The Twitter account is apparently a fake, according to a government source:


After the former …

In her final act as head of state, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner unveiled a bust of her late husband and former President Néstor Kirchner in the Casa Rosada before addressing thousands of supporters, many from a Cámpora rally held

Hours before Mauricio Macri is inaugurated as President, we’re still focusing on the things that matter, courtesy of an outgoing administration that refuses to leave quietly.

Last night, when many of you were probably already asleep, many realized that the …

In the ongoing ballotage elections, the official Twitter account of the Casa Rosada has naturally been active:

You probably heard about the National Government’s controversial decision to remove an old Christopher Columbus statue from the gardens behind the Casa Rosada because, well, he’s not really someone we should be looking up to. Sure, he “discovered” America but …

You may have noticed yesterday a New York Times article about the rise of bitcoin in Argentina and how it was being use by many to “circumvent” those annoying restrictions set up by the government whenever you want to either …

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner decided to remove Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich from his post and replace him with Presidential Secretary Aníbal Fernández.

The announcement came today at noon, after the President’s spokesman Alfredo Scoccimarro offered a brief press conference …