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One of Argentina’s biggest rock-stars Indio Solari has reached out to his fanbase via Facebook over this weekend, thanking everyone for their support. This comes after his show in Olvarría earlier this month tragically saw the deaths of two people. …

Alberto Nisman’s death is so last month.

Because while we may all still be discussing his untimely demise and the many (many) obscure points surrounding it, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has no time for that.

No, no. This is …

Alright, everyone.

Better stand straight and tuck your shirts in because it’s back to business as usual at the Casa Rosada. Now that the collective anger is gone and we can all go back to talking about the totally awesome …

Oh, come on now. At least he’s trying.

Last year, before the US Senate confirmed him as the new US ambassador to Argentina, Noah Mamet had to deal with a lot of hatin’.

You see, after president Barack Obama nominated …

Yes. The new season has just begun and we’re already in episode two of the Cadena Nacional. And get ready, because the next year could include dozens (maybe hundreds!?) of daily intrusive presidential messages.

You see, as we explained

 

Yes. Again. Don’t roll your eyes at me. You know that like her or not, it is important for you to know what she’s announcing because chances are it will greatly influence the political agenda in the coming days …

 

Great news, everyone!

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner offered yet another Cadena Nacional on Tuesday about… well, a lot of stuff. Something about pensions, then something about a building. Turns out that Buenos Aires will have the tallest building

 

She’s back!

It was almost 40 days since we had our last Cadena Nacional and the truth is we were missing it already. And what better excuse for a comeback than the fact that we non-defaulted this week? Because …

*sigh*

If you’re wondering why the most recent Cadenas are so focused on the economy, you are not alone. Maybe it is because right now the economy is what matters the most for the country. I’m not an economist, so …

It was a National Holiday today, and just like every May 25th, the President in office addressed the population to send a message of peace an unity to commemorate the 204th anniversary of the May Revolution.

Much to your chagrin, …