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It’s a great time to be a foreigner (sarcasm). The National Government announced yesterday that citizens born abroad who have been found guilty of a crime in Argentina can now be sent to prison in their home countries. …

Today congress will pass the so-called “debt swap”. This legislative approval will in effect transfer the legal jurisdiction of some of Argentina’s now-defaulted exchange bonds, or the bonds it had been making interest payments on prior to 30, from New …

The President addressed members of Congress and the rest of the nation on Cadena Nacional today as she inaugurated the 132nd congressional year.

As mandated by the Argentine Constitution, the head of the Executive branch must go to Congress every …

The seemingly insurmountable sovereignty dispute over the Malvinas/Falklands islands took an interesting turn two weeks ago after the Lower House passed an amendment to Law 26.659 to penalize any activity of exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons in the country’s …

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Aníbal Fernández, Senator for the Buenos Aires province and the head of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s cheer leading squad is a breath of fresh air in the Senate. While other pretentious bookworms quote Machiavelli or the forefathers, Aníbal Fernández, that …

The PASO elections (as in “Open, Simultaneous and Compulsory Primaries.”, remember?) are just around the corner and a fresh wave of patriotism, democratic participation and civic responsibility is knocking the doors of our subconscious as we are bombarded with