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As popular discontent over utilities hikes grows, the Casa Rosada has invited Cambiemos’ congressional leaders to a meeting in the presidential palace today to discuss alternatives to their implementation. The controversy surrounding the dramatic increases in utility bills has dominated …

Update:the opposition finally did not manage to garner the 129 necessary deputies necessary to form quorum and debate the two bills aimed at having the government roll back on this year’s utility hikes. At 12 PM, President of the Lower

Debate on abortion reform finally kicked off yesterda in the Lower House of Congress, starting a process of weeks of committee meeting to hear testimony from voices for and against decriminalization.

While abortion has been debated before by the Lower …

Debate on abortion reform finally kicked off yesterda in the Lower House of Congress, starting a process of weeks of committee meeting to hear testimony from voices for and against decriminalization.

While abortion has been debated before by the Lower …

Representatives of family members of the missing ARA San Juan submarine’s crew told the local media that Defense Minister Oscar Aguad has committed to make use of more government resources to the search for the vessel that disappeared on November …

The debate over decriminalization of abortion is finally set to begin in the Lower House tomorrow. 32 people are expected to deliver their respective presentations before members of the special committees who will determine whether to send the bill …

Finance Minister Luis Caputo will appear before a special committee in the Lower House to answer questions regarding the state of the country’s public debt and his personal relationship with several offshore organizations on April 4 at 9 AM, the …

Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña defended Finance Minister Luis Caputo from accusations from the opposition yesterday and committed his presence before a Lower House committee to answer questions about the public debt and his offshore associations.

Peña made the comments on …

Ever since the Argentine government announced it wouldn’t try to block the debate about the decriminalization of abortion in Congress, the issue immediately dominated the national conversation.

News sites and politicians have been conducting polls in Congress ever since to …

If the bill decriminalizing and legalizing abortion makes it through Congress, President Mauricio Macri will not veto it.

According to La Nación, the decision has been made in the Casa Rosada to accept the outcome of the abortion debate …