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Entries with Keyword corruption

-The announcement by the ORSNA air transport regulatory agency that the El Palomar airport would no longer be used for commercial flights has stirred up political conflict. ORSNA argued that it is “irrational” to keep “three operative airports in Greater …

Only eight months into his term, Alberto Fernández’s government has reached its peak of tension with the Supreme Court.

The government was caught by surprise when the country’s highest tribunal took the extraordinarily rare step of accepting a request brought …

Politics in Argentina happen just as much in the streets as in Congress or the voting booth. And with pessimism reigning, an increasingly deteriorated economy and continued political polarization, President Alberto Fernández is already facing large angry mobilizations against his …

Just over two weeks ago, an 11-year-old rape survivor in Tucumán underwent a C-section after being denied a legal interruption of pregnancy (ILE, Interrupción Legal de Embarazo) by the provincial government.

You probably have questions. I know …

The political controversy of this week revolves around the government’s decision to sign a Decree of Necessity and Urgency (DNU) to reform a legal concept, known as asset recovery (extinción de dominio, in Spanish), aimed at recuperating assets …

Roughly two and a half years from the surfacing of the Odebrecht chapter of the “Lava Jato” scandal, Argentina continues to be one of the few countries that has not taken concrete steps to judge those involved in the scheme …

The large majority of Argentines are certain that society is rotten, but that they are one of the few good apples who have managed to stay immune to the lure of the dark side. Moreover, the already small group of

Argentina has lost ground in the fight against corruption.

Against the advances in transparency seen in the European Union, Latin America and even some tax havens, Argentina hasn’t even maintained the status quo. It made things worse. Argentina amended …

One of the biggest questions surrounding the upcoming G20 Leaders’ Summit in Buenos Aires is whether attending heads of state will reach enough consensus to produce a communiqué.

However, the Sherpa of the Civil 20 anti-corruption working group, María Emilia …

The “notebooks scandal” is proving to be a double-edged sword for the government. It helped it score several political points, mainly because the wide-ranging corruption scheme described by Oscar Centeno and confirmed by a myriad former officials and business leaders …