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President Mauricio Macri once again repeated that he intends to seek a second term, saying today that he is “ready to continue, if Argentines believe this path of change is worth it.”

“I am convinced this is the only possible …

In a cutting interview with Spain’s El País newspaper on MondaySenator Miguel Angel Pichetto attributed the ongoing crisis in Argentina to errors of diagnosis and malpractice on the part of President Mauricio Macri since the very start of

Is it that time again already? Just hours after the bill to legalize abortion was defeated in Senate, Río Negro Senator Miguel Ángel Pichetto swiftly moved along on to the next order of the day, announcing that he will be …

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 …

Paraguay’s electoral body has declared the presidential election in Mario Abdo Benítez’s favor, making him president-elect after a much tighter race than had been anticipated by polls.

Abdo Benítez of the ruling ANR (Colorado) defeated Efraín Alegre of the Alianza …

Brazilian politics has entered a new phrase with former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in prison, presidential elections six months away and continued political uncertainty.

After a series of judicial decisions (at the Supreme Court first and then …

President-elect Mauricio Macri offered a press conference from the Botanical Garden this morning after holding what was considered his first cabinet meeting. After posing for an official photograph and introducing his cabinet to the media, the Cambiemos leader talked about …

The apocalyptic predictions as to what would happen if Cambiemos’ presidential candidate Mauricio Macri should win the election was taken to a whole new level this morning, and this time not courtesy of social media users.

In the latest addition …

Last night, after several days of post-electoral silence, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner returned to the public scene and spoke from the Casa Rosada. Visibly upset after the devastating blow her party suffered on Sunday, when not only the FpV …

Wow. In a completely unexpected turn of events, this presidential election just became the most interesting in a long, long time.

Now, despite what many international media outlets are saying, Mauricio Macri did not “win” tonight, but he might as …