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On July 19, 2006, Jorge González Nieva arrived at his home in located in the district of Merlo, Buenos Aires Province, after a day at work to find a group of police officers waiting for him. According to his account, …

Less than three years after the new National Civil and Commercial Code came into effect, the Macri administration determined that it needs to be “partially” modified again.

In a decree published today in the Official Bulletin, the government announced the …

As January starts drawing to a close and the true beginning of the year starts getting very real, it’s understandable to want to draw out the laidback vibes of summer as much as possible. Otherwise, it would be time to …

Happy new year! Let’s assume that between trying to come up with New Year’s resolutions — read the news more, maybe? — the sparklers, the partying and surviving the intense Buenos Aires heat meant that you didn’t manage to read …

Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña gave a press conference today at 10 AM at the Casa Rosada amid the whirlwind of criticisms and rumors surrounding President Mauricio Macri’s alleged involvement in the Panama Papers and point blank declared that Macri did …

In President Mauricio Macri’s speech before the Legislative Assembly for the 134th opening of Congress, he will be giving details on how he found the State when he came to office on December 10th. The speech will be 45 minutes

Workers from Infojus, a Ministry of Justice database that contains thousands of articles on cases ranging from crimes against humanity to financial offences, reported that over 10,000 of their online archives vanished.

The workers took to Facebook and published the …

According to local media outlets, the highly controversial Memorandum of Understanding between Argentina and Iran will run its course as President Mauricio Macri’s new Minister of Justice, Germán Garavano, plans on dismissing the outgoing government’s appeal to have the memorandum’s …