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We’re just hours away from the highly anticipated, yet highly unnecessary PASO primaries in Argentina, and though the veda electoral means official campaigning is no longer allowed, one last-minute – and extremely important – topic has been thrown into the …

Argentina is just days away from the PASO primaries, and political tensions are higher than ever. As the country deals with the ever-widening grieta, everyone has an opinion about how they’ll react once the votes are counted. In true …

As the definitive tallying for the midterms’ primaries comes to an end, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s camp came out to announce that she was unofficially informed that she had won the election in the Buenos Aires Province, beating …

Below are the final results for August 13th PASO primary elections in Argentina. All date comes from official government information. Bear in mind that the final result for the Buenos Aires province senatorial race remains unclear since the recount remains …

Huh.

French retailer Carrefour says it has decided to freeze prices of thousands of products in its supermarkets in Argentina until January 2018 in what seems to be an effort to help slow inflation. In a press release to La …

Fifteen minutes before 4 am last night, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner hopped on stage inside the Unidad Ciudadana campaign headquarters and boldly stated: “We have won.” But the truth is she hadn’t. At least not yet.

Yesterday’s primaries …

If you are planning on going out and having fun on Saturday night, I have some bad news for you: you can’t.

The PASO primary elections are being held this Sunday and the government, in its infinite wisdom, is enforcing …

It’s election week in Argentina, with Mauricio Macri’s ruling Cambiemos coalition testing itself for the first time against multiple strands of mostly Peronist challengers, hoping to gain seats in Congress to push its economic agenda further forward.

With that in …