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A convoy of excavators and specialized equipment made its way to the Province of Santa Cruz during the weekend, tasked with finding containers full of ill-gotten money in a ranch owned by Lázaro Báez, the fallen-from-grace businessman and Kirchnerite associate. …

Kirchnerite financier Ernesto Clarens joined the ranks of the repentant yesterday and presented a plea bargain before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio at the Comodoro Py courts as part of ongoing investigations into the Notebook Scandal, the corruption case currently rocking …

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 …

Look who’s piped up again. As the Argentine peso continues its spectacular collapse against the dollar, being less valuable that the Uruguayan peso for the first time in history, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has made it all about her.…

It’s been 48 hours since the Argentine Federal Police wrapped up their raid on Cristina Kirchner’s house in El Calafate, during which they made the explosive discovery of a hidden safe containing pen drives and folders full of intelligence information

After voting favor of Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio’s request to raid the properties belonging to former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the Senate also approved a so-called “expired ownership” bill (ley de extinción de dominio). This …

On August 8th, an Ecuadorian lawmaker called for the removal of a statue of  Néstor Kirchner from the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) Secretariat Headquarters in the city of Mitad del Mundo, near Quito.

Both late President Nestor Kirchner

Tomorrow morning, the Senate will debate whether or not police raids on Cristina Kirchner’s Recoleta home should be allowed. The raids were ordered by Judge Claudio Bonadio as part of the ongoing notebook scandal, which revolves around an alleged web

The Security Ministry announced today that it will offer a reward to whoever is able to provide information that leads to the recovery of embezzled money, in the context of the “notebooks scandal” case. The general reward will amount to …

[Update] In the end, the camp in the Upper House willing to vote in favor of partially stripping former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner from her parliamentary immunity fell one senator short from garnering quorum to hold the vote.

At …