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The media this morning was awash with pictures of former Vice President Amado Boudou entering the National Federal Cassation Court after returning from Mexico yesterday. Why is this a big deal?

Since the judicial recess ended on February 1st, …

Everybody’s favorite former Vice President, Amado Boudou, reappeared in public this morning at Plaza de Mayo, speaking at the camp of demonstrators asking for the release of Tupac Amaru’s leader, Milagro Sala. He gave a speech alongside ultra-Kirchnerite former …

First days at work can be nerve wracking, but newly appointed chief of Banco Nación Carlos Melconian had an extra special first day when he went to visit the offices of the new directory. After discovering a door that would …

The new head of the Public Media Department, Hernán Lombardi, confirmed that President Mauricio Macri’s new administration intends to modify what is popularly known as the Media Law, which was sanctioned under former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.

Lombardi …

Argentina’s new President Mauricio Macri took office today, but when the pomp and circumstance of the day’s festivities fade, he will be a man with an economic mess on his hands. His predecessor, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, ran …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner went to bed a Presidenta last night and woke up a civilian this morning, kinda like a political Cinderella. And with that we say goodbye to the country’s President of the past eight years. …

The entire group of Victory Front (FpV) deputies announced today they have decided to follow outgoing President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s lead and will not attend President-elect Mauricio Macri’s inauguration ceremony. This means Macri will take office before a half-empty …

Well, that’s it.

After being haunted for days by the most embarrassing and absurd political power struggle in recent memory, it looks like this sad battle has finally been (un) resolved.

And it appears that Cristina will not even attend …

We thought things between President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and President-elect Mauricio Macri would cool off in the days prior to inauguration day. Or at least during the long weekend. Turns out we were wrong. Again.

On Sunday afternoon, one …