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Feeling lost this election year in Argentina? Adrian Bono dumbs it down for you so you can pretend to know what you’re talking about.…

Former presidential candidate Daniel Scioli reappeared in the public eye this week and used the spotlight to fire shots against the Macri administration, who he blames for the ongoing economic crisis.

“This situation was avoidable,” Scioli said on live television,

Today is the big day — the moment of truth is upon us — and it seems Argentina’s Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra just couldn’t keep her cool anymore. Last night, Argentina’s Foreign Minister declared that if Trump wins the US …

Imagine what might happen if anyone from any country could cast a vote in the high stakes showdown for president now underway in the United States?

The vote would have no practical effect on influencing the mega contest between Hillary …

In light of last night’s elections (spoiler alert: Macri won), National Electoral Chamber Director Alejandro Tullio handed in his tentative resignation, announcing (for the fifth time in his career — this is getting old now, Ale), that it will be …

Every Argentine has the opportunity to be an undercover cop for the upcoming elections on Sunday. An initiative by the University of Austral Legal Clinic drawn up by professors, students and law specialists will allow any irregularity in the voting

Less than two weeks away from the elections, candidates Sergio Massa and Mauricio Macri are focusing on capturing the “tactical vote” to become the main opposition candidate to face off against Victory Front (FpV) candidate Daniel Scioli in a possible …

Remember how electoral authorities said that in order to avoid fraud in the upcoming general election, they’d be stocking dark rooms with extra ballots?

Well, that’s not happening. Or not in Buenos Aires Province, at least, where an electoral …

If the provincial gubernatorial elections were children, Chaco would be the favorite child while Tucumán would be the case that forces Mom to pour that extra glass of wine at dinner.

In other words, the Chaco elections were smooth as …

The usual fraud accusations and accompanying recounts that have marked so many elections this year were compounded by acts of a significantly more violent nature in Tucumán Province. From burning ballot boxes to violent clashes between police and protestors, Tucumán …