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Yes. Another Cadena Nacional this week, although this one was strangely interesting since all it showed was President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner walking behind a historical saber that belonged to one of Argentina’s forefathers, José de San Martín.

The whole …

Sorry to disturb your long weekend, we just wanted all of you to know to during the official opening of the Kirchner Cultural Center, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner celebrated Madonna’s musical legacy by striking a pose on live …

Say what you want about President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, but she knows how to throw a party.

Fireworks, music and the official opening of a massive cultural center – the Centro Cultural Kirchner – that is apparently the largest …

Argentina’s upcoming October 2015 elections are getting a lot of attention because in one form or another, it means the end to Kirchnerism, at least in its current form. Indeed outside investors have continued to hold and demand Argentine debt …

Thank God it wasn’t on Cadena Nacional!

Today President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner headed over to the Retiro train station to announce the enactment of the new railroad nationalization law. However, whatever it was that she was about to say …

Damn! 20 Cadenas so far and it’s only May! It must be some kind of personal record.

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner used her favorite communication tool to address the population from Nuñez, where she officially inaugurated the ESMA memory …

Welcome to the second Cadena Nacional this week, featuring President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Río Negro senator Miguel Angel Pichetto.

And it was a succinct address, since according to Cristina a Racing match was about to start and if …

Yay! It’s a new episode of the Cadena Nacional this week, and loyal viewers will appreciate a return to the roots.

In yesterday’s message, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner came back to her usual antics of publicly shaming people who …

This week’s Cadena Nacional from Chaco, featuring President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, was rather disappointing. Yes, it was one of those filler episodes. And while she did yell, mention her son and (as usual) indirectly criticize the media and others, …

More than 100 days later, the case rumbles on. The two competing autopsies, proclaiming precisely different verdicts as to how prosecutor Alberto Nisman died, are now under review. One says suicide, the other murder. The results are expected within days, …