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While we wait for what you should know by now is an insanely decisive presidential election (cue appropriate hysteria), the provinces’ gubernatorial elections serve as a worthwhile thermometer measuring the country’s political leanings.

This past weekend, it was the citizens …

Panqueque: flip-flopping in Argentine politics.

To say Argentine politics are “complex” is already an understatement. But the one thing that has been making Argentina’s political landscape even more difficult to understand is the disappearance of political parties in the …

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was formally accused by prosecutor Gerardo Pollicita of conspiring to cover up the Iranian involvement in the 1994 bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center in Buenos Aires that left 85 people dead.

Pollicita decided …

After twelve days of sick leave, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is back! Sort of. At least it looks like she managed to pick up her phone and make her presence known via Twitter.

Having been discharged Sunday after a …

Great news!

After spending an entire week in the Otamendi Clinic, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner checked out today and went back to the Olivos Presidential Residence, where she will have to rest for at least ten days, her doctors …

 

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 …

 

Well, it was that time of the week again. Although the buitres were not featured on this week’s Cadena Nacional, there were still some gems. (Can anyone please tell me why Cristina keeps confusing Julián Domínguez’s last name?). …

 

Jesus, Mary and Joseph.

If you’re wondering what the hell that was, don’t worry, we all were.

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is upset. Very upset. Very, very, very, very, upset. And as you know, things aren’t pretty when …

 

President Cristina Fernández Kirchner jetted off to the Vatican last night for lunch with Pope Francis on Saturday. Personally invited to dine with Francisco at the Santa Marta residence, this will be the fourth time that she meets …

 

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