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Victory Front (FpV) presidential hopeful and comb hater Daniel Scioli is fully immersed in his presidential campaign. Scioli, who will run unopposed in his party’s primaries, has started drafting his first undertakings as president, if he is elected.

The Buenos …

  • Daniel Scioli has a running mate, and is Carlos Zannini, one of the most trusted officials for president CFK…internal rival Florencio Randazzo, who wanted to be Cristina’s man in the election, is so heartbroken he quits the race with a

Decisions can be simultaneously surprising and unexpected. To some degree, theory and practice are always in a sort of tension. Politics is very much this way, where capable politicians are limited in supply and often strategic choices seem like a …

As we approach one of the most important Argentine presidential elections in decades — one that may reverse the Peronist trend we’ve seen until now — leaders from opposite ends of the spectrum — the grieta, as the massive political …

Buenos Aires’ provincial governor and presidential candidate Daniel Scioli has branded Argentina’s barrabravas “delinquents” and implored Congress to host a debate regarding a proposed change in the laws governing them.

Congresswoman Diana Conti has been vocal in recent days in …

Kirchnerites and presidential candidate Daniel Scioli are at loggerheads over a proposed initiative to crack down on the barrabravas and the violence that so often accompanies them.

The changes to the law, devised by congressman Martín Insaurralde and supported by …

To the victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack.

We burst the news for the first time in 2015, and we discuss:

  • A new bill to elect MERCOSUR legislators next year was passed. Yay! Yay? What’s MERCOSUR anyway? And why does

They’ve been used to spot drug traffickers, hunt hurricanes, monitor sea lions, dust crops and even deliver pizza. Obama is using them to blow the shit out of ISIS (or ISIL or whatever… you know, TERRORISTS). But the best use …

 

Teacher’s Day may have passed you by last week. It’s held here in Argentina to commemorate the death of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento (see the 50-peso bill), sepia toned ex-President who summoned herculean efforts to reform Argentina’s education system around …

As insecurity in the Buenos Aires province continues to be on the rise, 3000 retired police officers from both the provincial police and penitentiary system might just be dusting off their old boots in an effort to help fight crime.…