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Entries with Keyword peronismo

I believe there’s a direct correlation between the level of constant crisis that Argentina endures and the quality of creative work that is developed as a result. Honestly, there’s no other way to explain it. Maybe it’s because we’re all …

Feeling lost this election cycle? Adrian Bono explains it all.…

Former presidential candidate Daniel Scioli reappeared in the public eye this week and used the spotlight to fire shots against the Macri administration, who he blames for the ongoing economic crisis.

“This situation was avoidable,” Scioli said on live television,

On July 15th, Elisa Carrió said during an interview with prominent journalist Jorge Lanata that she had been contacted by Peronist politicians in March and was encouraged to leave Cambiemos to join their coalition.

Carrio, national deputy and leader of

Salta Governor Juan Manuel Urtubey was in Spain last week and had the time to chat with journalists from El País, sharing some analysis of the political and economic situation of Argentina. He was in Europe to take part …

The death of Eva “Evita” Perón at just 33 years of age on July 26, 1952, set in motion a well-documented yet scarcely believable chain of events that would define her legacy and cement her status at the very heart …

On this week’s podcast:

Analysis of the very civilized (boring) presidential debate of last week.

Cristina delivers three cadenas nacionales in a week

Rob Crisp reports on political parties expenses

Bianca Fernet explains the new Argentine bonds

Sian Iles reports …