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On Monday morning, President Mauricio Macri delivered a speech in which he confirmed rumors of a significant restructuring in the Argentine cabinet and the government’s ministries. The changes are part of the Government’s goal of dramatically reducing Argentina’s fiscal deficit

On Monday morning, President Mauricio Macri delivered a pre-written announcement on a number of issues, including the current economic crisis, the reduction of Argentina’s ministries, and the increase in social welfare funds.

While Macri has been referring to the ongoing

Last night, up to sixty thousand people marched in the cold and rain through the streets of downtown Buenos Aires to Plaza de Mayo. Largely made up of students, professors and faculty from over 57 public universities in Argentina, protesters

After the Argentine peso depreciated by 15.6 percent yesterday, clocking in at AR $39.77 per US dollar when the markets closed for the day, Treasury and Finance Minister Nicolás Dujovne held an impromptu press conference in the hallways of the …

After the Argentine peso accelerated its ongoing collapse yesterday, depreciating by 7.3 percent against the US dollar and hitting AR $34.3 (per US dollar) when the financial markets closed yesterday, high-ranking government officials came out to ratify their support for …

President Mauricio Macri met with legislators of the ruling Cambiemos party yesterday afternoon, not long after the debate in the Senate that ultimately authorized the raid of former President and current Senator Cristina Kirchner’s properties in the ongoing notebook

The ever-present tensions between Argentina and Venezuela endured another round this week, with President Mauricio Macri’s announcement of the intention to report his Caribbean counterpart, Nicolás Maduro, to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for alleged crimes against humanity, and the …

On Sunday, President Mauricio Macri discussed the possibility of having Cristina Kirchner go to prison as a result of her alleged involvement in the so-called ‘notebooks scandal,’ in which she stands accused of being the head of an illicit organization …

This evening, President Mauricio Macri is set to travel to Asunción, Paraguay, to attend tomorrow’s inauguration of new President Mario Abdo Benitez. Macri—who ruled out a bilateral meeting with Benitez before his return—will fly back to Argentina as soon

Is it that time again already? Just hours after the bill to legalize abortion was defeated in Senate, Río Negro Senator Miguel Ángel Pichetto swiftly moved along on to the next order of the day, announcing that he will be …