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The Macri administration, through Vice President Gabriela Michetti, decided today to close an internal investigation regarding the government’s actions in the so-called “Correo Scandal.”

The investigation mainly sought to determine whether public officials had committed any financial crimes against the …

In the final sprint of the pre-vote abortion debates, legislators are beginning to make final decisions and solidify their position in the yes-camp or the no-camp, giving us a better idea of the likelihood that the bill will pass or …

Vice President Gabriela Michetti saw herself embroiled in controversy – to put it mildly – yesterday, after claiming in an interview with La Nación that she personally stands against allowing women to get an abortion in case of rape.

“You …

The bill to decriminalize abortion reached the Upper House two days ago, and there is already controversy between high-profile senators who support each of the two camps.

The catalyst was the decision made by the President of the Senate, Vice …

More than 250 political, economic, and business leaders gathered at the Alvear Icon hotel in Puerto Madero yesterday for The Economist’s Argentina Summit. “Have We Changed?” was the chosen theme, and set the tone for the event as panelists discussed …

Vice President Gabriela Michetti reached an agreement with the Queen Letizia of Spain to organize a meeting of female leaders during the 2018 G20 summit in Buenos Aires. Yesterday’s meeting took place in Mexico City during a global summit of …

Filling in for President Mauricio Macri, Vice-President Gabriela Michetti delivered a speech to the United Nations General Assembly yesterday that, among other things, focused on human rights violations, attempted to strengthen Argentina’s global status, and even rejoiced over the “renewed …

Argentine Vice-president Gabriela Michetti traveled to New York yesterday to represent Argentina at the 72nd General Assembly of the United Nations. She was accompanied by Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie, Minister of Modernization Andrés Ibarra, and Secretary of Strategic Affairs Fulvio …

Winter is coming! Or at least that’s what you thought on Saturday until Sunday brought about strangely Spring-like weather to confuse us all. Not to mention that the year is now officially in full swing and we all want to …

Did you spend your weekend freaking out over the fact that it’s December and you’re starting to get those “Happy Holidays” emails and “What A Crazy Year 2016 Was” videos in your NewsFeed? Of course, nobody can read the news …