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In the last ten days, a series of court rulings in favor of high ranking figures associated with the Cristina Fernández de Kirchner administration – both party members and individuals linked to it – have turned the hallways of the …

The sixth anniversary of the Once train tragedy was commemorated today with renewed cries for those responsible to face justice.

Early on February 22, 2012, a train on the Sarmiento line failed to stop when it was arriving at the …

Former Planning Minister Julio De Vido, who served during the three Kirchner administrations, is already in preemptive prison. Immediately after the Lower House voted in favor of stripping him of his parliamentary immunity yesterday, Federal Judge Luis Rodríguez – one …

Julio De Vido, the former Planning Minister during the three Kirchner administrations and current National Deputy, could be imprisoned today. His peers in the Lower House are to hold a special session this afternoon and will vote on a motion …

The process to strip former Planning Minister Julio De Vido from his parliamentary immunity – and therefore send him to prison – begins today, as a special committee in the Chamber of Deputies, of which De Vido is still a …

If you haven’t already heard, an Appeals Court ordered today Julio De Vido be stripped from his parliamentary immunity and detained, because he could potentially interfere with the case investigating him for allegedly embezzling millions that were supposed to go …

An Appeals Court dropped a political bombshell close to noon today after it ordered that the former Planning Minister during the three Kirchner administrations, Julio De Vido, be stripped from his parliamentary immunity and detained, as it considered that he …

Former Planning Minister and current VIctory Front (FpV) National Deputy, Julio De Vido, is facing the first day of the trial against him for – still allegedly – being partially responsible for the 2012 once railway tragedy, in which 51 …

If winter was going to decide to take a break, then so were we: goodbye bulky sweaters and hello sunbathing at the nearest plaza (with socks on, of course, let’s not go crazy).

While everyone else was photosynthesizing, some people …

It has been an intense week for Federal Judge Julián Ercolini, who is investigating an alleged plan to “loot the state coffers” that prosecutors say was organized during the Kirchner administration. Monday was the turn of the former President Cristina …