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Update: Diego Cabot, the journalist who broke the “notebooks scandal” story, received access to and published the most relevant extracts of former public official Claudio Uberti’s statement last night.

Uberti, who between 2003 and 2007 was the head of the …

FOPEA and ADEPA, the two largest journalistic entities in Argentina, publicly condemned yesterday the way former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner referred to the journalist who broke the “notebooks scandal” story, Diego Cabot, and the two Master’s degree students who …

The scandal began in March, after journalists from La Nación, Diego Cabot, Candela Ini, and Santiago Nasra, got ahold of eight notebooks that contained a detailed record of bribe payments from business leaders to public officials in exchange for

The current, ongoing scandal that began yesterday after Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio ordered the detention of 18 people implicated in a massive corruption scheme that allegedly took place during the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations continues today—with 13 people currently

This morning, Argentines woke up to an explosive new development that involved a massive corruption scheme that allegedly took place during the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations. Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio, who has been overseeing the investigation, ordered the detention