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“Those are my principles, if you don’t like them… well, I have others,” Groucho Marx famously said at some point in history.

That quote could very well be applied to Argentine politicians, as most of them have changed their (at …

In an effort to better tackle violence against women in the province of Buenos Aires — the area in the country with the highest number of reported incidents of domestic abuse — today Governor María Eugenia Vidal announced the institution

Enough about the second round for a minute (before Cristina has a meltdown), let’s give these 2015 gubernatorial election winners their moment of glory. Bigger, crazier things went down in the provinces than you realize!

Notably, with the elections of …

“Ugh, another election article,” you say. But take comfort: this one, for once, is not about fraud allegations, food bags being distributed in exchange for votes, Kirchnerite and opposition candidates exchanging petty insults, etc.

Here is a handy gubernatorial elections …

So election year has finally come around and what better way to kick it off than with scantily-dressed female promoters and some classic dirty politics?

National Radical (UCR) congressman and Santa Fe gubernatorial hopeful, Mario Barletta, has accused his rivals …

 

The governor of the Buenos Aires province Daniel Scioli broke his collarbone yesterday while playing a futsal match against Nueva Estrella and it was all caught on video.

 

 

Scioli, one of the most important political figures in …

Argentina, the smooth-talking Jorge “Coqui” Capitanich may be your next president.

But first he has to find a lady that can top his one helluvan ex-wife.

As Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner’s new Cabinet Chief, Capitanich has the highly visible, hardly …