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In respective interviews in the span of less than a day, two of the most prominent members of Peronismo Federal, Senator Miguel Ángel Pichetto and Salta Governor Juan Manuel Urtubey, assured that former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner intends …

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

Seeking a path to unity ahead of the 2019 presidential elections, Peronist factions sympathetic to the leadership of the ousted Partido Justicialista (PJ) chair have agreed to establish a political commission to paper over divisions within the party.

At a …

Faced with a vote in the Senate on Wednesday on an opposition bill to roll back utility rates, President Mauricio Macri has gone on the offensive and made an appeal for Peronist senators to not lend their support to the …

President Mauricio Macri assured in a press conference yesterday that the government considers it has left behind the economic turbulence from the past weeks. But now it will have to immediately shift – rather, return to – to another political …

Luis Barrionuevo, the interim head of the Partido Justicialista, has ruled out any kind of political talks with Senator Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and promised presidential candidates within 90 days.

“On my behalf, there’s no chance whatsoever that I’ll …

Armed with a judicial order that has been fiercely attacked by his rivals, Luis Barrionuevo formally took over the Partido Justicialista (PJ) today, proclaiming his intention to “heal” the party and to prepare a competitive presidential bid in the 2019 …

Former Governor of the Buenos Aires Province Daniel Scioli can’t quite seem to find his bearings after he lost the presidential elections against Mauricio Macri last year.

During the months that followed that fateful November 22 runoff election, the number …

Yesterday, we gasped so hard our monocles fell off. Why? Because we learned that former Cabinet Chief Aníbal Fernández no longer has the most famous mustache in the entire universe and what might be beyond Argentine politics.

It appears to …

Yesterday was a tumultuous day for Peronism, a political movement that has largely dominated Argentina since the 1940s but was in some way defeated (temporarily, perhaps) with the election of President Mauricio Macri, a non-Peronist. First, 15 deputies from the …