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The last days of the year have been busy for former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. At least when it comes to her legal problems: A Federal Court of Appeals recently confirmed her indictment in the so-called “notebooks scandal” case, …

Besides confronting with fellow members of the Cambiemos coalition over the controversial protocol that relaxes the criteria for police’s use of firearms, National Deputy Elisa “Lilita” Carrió continues to dominate the conversation, following the publication of an extremely critical report …

President Mauricio Macri and other high-ranking officials of his administration were acquitted yesterday of charges pressed against them for alleged abuse of authority and violation of the duties of a public official, a result of having reached the two Stand-by …

Former Kirchner-era Planning Minister, Julio De Vido, was sentenced to five years and eight months in prison today after being found responsible of fraudulent administration of the public office, an action that led to the Once Railway Tragedy. In other …

Former President and current Senator Cristina Fernández de Kirchner will face her first trial in a corruption case on February 26, 2019, according to the Judicial Branch’s website, Centro de Información Judicial.

The former President stands accused of illegally benefiting …

For the second time in less than a month, former President Cristina Kirchner has testified at the Comodoro Py courts before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio as part of the ongoing Notebook Scandal.

Kirchner—who found herself at the center of what

As more business leaders and public officials involved in the “notebooks scandal” continue to try to convince both Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio and Prosecutors Carlos Stornelli and Claudio Rívolo to grant them plea deals, more damning testimonies about former Kirchnerite …

In her trip to the federal courthouses of Comodoro Py to testify in the context of the “notebooks scandal,” former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner received shows of support from different political and social leaders that are ideologically aligned with …

Claudio Uberti, sometimes referred to as “Pachi” or “Ubi,” is one of many Argentine government officials implicated in the ongoing notebook scandal. He first attained wealth and political power through his personal ties to former President Néstor Kirchner; during Néstor’s

Update: As anticipated, the former President refused to answer any questions in her appearance before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio, and instead delivered a written statement, in which she requested both the judge and Federal Prosecutor Carlos Stornelli be recused from …