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National Deputy Aída Ayala (Cambiemos) announced last weekend that she would surrender the parliamentary immunity her post grants her, after a Federal Appeals Court in Chaco upheld a first instance ruling and confirmed her indictment and pre-trial arrest in the …

Another development has arisen surrounding former Planning Minister Julio de Vido’s involvement in the ongoing Notebook Scandal after the former official’s doorman reported seeing the De Vido removing “three huge safes” just before his apartment building was raided in 2016,

Former President and current Senator Cristina Fernández de Kirchner will face her first trial in a corruption case on February 26, 2019, according to the Judicial Branch’s website, Centro de Información Judicial.

The former President stands accused of illegally benefiting …

Oscar Thomas is the only remaining fugitive in the ongoing Notebook Scandal, which many political analysts in Argentina are referring to as the biggest corruption scandal in the country’s history. Moreover, the former official’s lawyer maintained that he would remain

Former head of Argentina’s Federal Planning Ministry Julio de Vido testified today before federal judge Claudio Bonadio  in one of the greatest corruption scandals to ever break in Argentina.

The scandal revolves around the discovery of eight notebooks that meticulously

The so-called “notebooks of corruption” scandal continues its exponential growth as a result of the information provided by the actors from the public and private sector who are marching down to the offices of Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio and Prosecutor …

Former federal judge Norberto Oyarbide testified today before federal judge Claudio Bonadio after finding himself embroiled in one of the greatest corruption scandals to ever break in Argentina. The scandal revolves around the discovery of eight notebooks that meticulously record

The scandal began in March, after journalists from La Nación, Diego Cabot, Candela Ini, and Santiago Nasra, got ahold of eight notebooks that contained a detailed record of bribe payments from business leaders to public officials in exchange for

The current, ongoing scandal that began yesterday after Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio ordered the detention of 18 people implicated in a massive corruption scheme that allegedly took place during the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations continues today—with 13 people currently

Argentina woke up to some explosive breaking news today after Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio ordered the detention of at least 15 people in relation to a massive corruption scheme that allegedly took place during the Néstor and Cristina Kirchner administrations. …