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A convoy of excavators and specialized equipment made its way to the Province of Santa Cruz during the weekend, tasked with finding containers full of ill-gotten money in a ranch owned by Lázaro Báez, the fallen-from-grace businessman and Kirchnerite associate. …

On the same day that the Senate voted to allow raids on Cristina Fernández de Kircher’s properties as part of investigations into the ongoing “notebooks scandal,” she gave an inflammatory speech in Congress in which she defended herself against what …

With 66 votes in favor and none against, the Senate unanimously approved on Wednesday the request from Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio to raid the properties belonging to former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in the context of the “notebooks scandal”

Extracts from the testimony of former Public Works Secretary José López in the so-called “notebooks scandal” case continue to surface. Speaking to Federal Prosecutor Carlos Stornelli, López provided more information about the episode in which he was caught red handed …

Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner publicly asked members of her caucus, Unidad Ciudadana, to vote in favor of authorizing the request from Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio to raid her properties, in the context of the “notebooks scandal” case.

She …

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 …

In the latest edition of The Bubble’s Weekly Roundup, hosts Demian Bio and Sarah Nielsen continue to explore the ever-growing “notebooks scandal,” how some Argentines are publicly …

Ever since the “notebooks scandal” broke, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner stayed silent and refrained from addressing the many shocking revelations that came after.

In fact, when she had to appear before Federal Judge Claudio Bonadio to testify regarding …

The Security Ministry announced today that it will offer a reward to whoever is able to provide information that leads to the recovery of embezzled money, in the context of the “notebooks scandal” case. The general reward will amount to …