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Less than a year away from the presidential elections, the opposition (especially the Peronist opposition) is immersed in a frenetic process of re-organization, with its leaders forming and breaking alliances in their goal of presenting themselves as the most viable …

The recent Cambiemos coalition’s electoral victories in the past two elections – the 2015 presidential runoff and last year’s midterms – can be attributed in part to the fact that most political actors in Argentina identifying themselves as Peronists were …

Any hint of friendship, or at least of a cordial dialogue, between President Mauricio Macri and Renewal Front (FR) Sergio Massa disappeared last week after the latter spearheaded the opposition’s income tax bill that beat the proposal Macri’s administration put …

President Mauricio Macri has once again criticised the opposition’s income tax reform proposal, following the administration’s major setback in Congress on Wednesday. Naturally, he also took the opportunity to question the motives and competence of Renewal Front’s leader, Sergio Massa, …

Remember when President Mauricio Macri and opposition (OK, fine, “opposition”) lawmaker Sergio Massa traveled to Davos together in a sign of Argentine political unity? Ahhh, those were the days.

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Now, Macri and Massa will both be traveling to Colombia to …

Main stories of the week, minus this Sunday’s presidential debate, because there’s a whole full episode about it.

With: Bianca Fernet, Adrian Bono, Fernando Farías and Demian Bio.…

We bring you this week a special 60-minute program with all things elections: the surprising results, the numbers and facts, the incredible win of María Eugenia Vidal in Buenos Aires province, the run-off on November 22, the role of Sergio …

In an official act yesterday, A New Alternative’s Sergio Massa once again refused to endorse one of the two remaining presidential candidates, calling voters to vote as they saw best instead. Which is nice. But then a few hours later, …

Although A New Alternative’s Sergio Massa has shied from actually naming which presidential candidate he will endorse now that he has been eliminated from the race, he continues to further distance himself from Kirchnerism and, consequently, Daniel Scioli, its heir.…

A little after 10 PM last night, A New Alternative (UNA) candidate Sergio Massa stepped out of his bunker to speak to his fans and recognize the inevitable victory of Daniel Scioli and Mauricio Macri.

But his limelight was stolen …