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This weekend’s news cycle revolved entirely around former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and corruption accusations against her.

First, disgraced former Public Works Secretary José López revealed to judicial authorities that the infamous bags full of cash he was caught …

Extracts from the testimony of former Public Works Secretary José López in the so-called “notebooks scandal” case continue to surface. Speaking to Federal Prosecutor Carlos Stornelli, López provided more information about the episode in which he was caught red handed …

Today, former Public Works Secretary José López faced the first day of the trial in which he stands accused of illicit enrichment. López was first accused of the crime in 2006, but his name and the case rose to notoriety …

It has been an intense week for former Kirchnerite officials in the judicial landscape. Yesterday, former Planning Minister Julio De Vido faced the first hearing of the trial against him for being – still allegedly – partially responsible for the …

Each year, the US State Department compiles data from local governments, civil societies, and NGO agencies to create the annual Human Right’s Report, specific to over 200 countries. The 2016 publication finds Argentina struggling with recurrent themes, mainly “official corruption, …

Federal Judge Julián Ercolini determined that former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner must be called into questioning yesterday in relation to an accusation made by Deputy Elisa Carrió in 2008, citing her for allegedly unlawfully giving businessman Lázaro Báez public …

Over the past few days, nine employees have testified regarding their time working full-time for former Public Works Secretary José López, who was caught trying to hide roughly US$9 million in a convent that turned out not to be

A search ordered by Federal Judge Daniel Rafecas today reportedly found the location where former Planning Secretary José López hid the US $9 million he was caught trying to hide in a convent back in June.

The search was conducted …

Almost two months after getting caught trying to hide roughly US $9 million in a convent that turned out not to be a convent, helped by nuns who turned out not to be nuns, José López, the former Kirchnerite Public …

José López, the former Kirchnerite Public Works Secretary discovered trying to hide roughly US $9 million in a convent back in June, today formally resigned from his post as a deputy in Parlasur, the Mercosur trade bloc parliament. López decided …