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On this week’s podcast:

Analysis of the very civilized (boring) presidential debate of last week.

Cristina delivers three cadenas nacionales in a week

Rob Crisp reports on political parties expenses

Bianca Fernet explains the new Argentine bonds

Sian Iles reports …

Argentina’s first-ever presidential debate in history took place yesterday at UBA’s School of Law and saw five, not six (how many times can we say this) candidates battle it out. A solemn but cordial atmosphere reigned over the event, but …

Last night, five of the presidential hopefuls took to the lectern for the first-ever presidential debate. For those of you living under a rock, Victory Front (FpV) candidate Daniel Scioli didn’t go to the debate and it caused quite a

A New Alternative Candidate (UNA) presidential candidate Sergio Massa was so delighted with his performance at the first-even presidential debate last night that he has asked for another one before election day.

Better still, before last night’s historic event, Massa

On this edition, we talk about the beginning of the electoral campaign ahead of the presidential vote of October 25.

The Scioli-less debate of this Sunday (and The Bubble Bingo game related to it)

The Argentine candidate to the Oscars …

The NGO Argentina Debate yesterday confirmed that Victory Front (FpV) presidential candidate Daniel Scioli will definitely not be attending the first-ever Argentine presidential debate on Sunday. So Scioli took it upon himself to reiterate why he won’t show.

“My program

Scioli is not taking part in a debate, that is now officially off. We analyze how this is an Argentine political tradition.

Bianca Fernet breaks it down for us: What’s the deal with the resolution on dollars and bonds?

Meaghan …

Cambiemos candidate Mauricio Macri and A New Alternative (UNA) candidate Sergio Massa have made claims that Daniel Scioli declined his invitation to the first ever Argentine presidential debate because Cristina Fernández de Kirchner told him to. 

As we all know

Cambiemos candidate Mauricio Macri and A New Alternative (UNA) candidate Sergio Massa have made claims that Daniel Scioli declined his invitation to the first ever Argentine presidential debate because Cristina Fernández de Kirchner told him to. 

As we all know

So it’s official: Cambiemos candidate Mauricio Macri will grace the Law Faculty of the University of Buenos Aires with his presence 10 days from now in the first ever presidential debate. The question is, can he convince Scioli to do …