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2017 is an election year for deputies and senators. This means the Government will pour a lot of very publicized money and planning into public works projects in an attempt to win votes, especially in Buenos Aires Province, arguably the …

José López, the former Kirchnerite Public Works Secretary discovered trying to hide roughly US $9 million in a convent back in June, today formally resigned from his post as a deputy in Parlasur, the Mercosur trade bloc parliament. López decided …

Following news that there will be an extra-long weekend from June 17th to the 20th this month, not everyone is jumping for joy at the idea of four days spent binging on Netflix with a warm mug of cocoa. Prominent …

This morning, Congress’ Lower House approved the government’s bill outlining the government’s agreement with the vulture funds who have famously held out on Argentina’s previous restructured payment offers of defaulted bonds. This was after a grueling 20-hour long session. And …

President Mauricio Macri’s bid to raise the income tax floor may have been dealt a huge blow yesterday following a special committee’s rejection of the initiative, but Cambiemos is not taking any time to lick its wounds and already is …

In a press statement issued today, Victory Front (FpV) deputies requested President Mauricio Macri hold extraordinary sessions in Congress and back down on the emergency decrees (DNU) he has been issuing ever since he took office.

“We’ve been repeating our …

The Victory Front (FpV) party has had it pretty rough this past month, losing out on multiple government positions both in the first and second rounds of Argentina’s elections, but outgoing Cabinet Chief Aníbal Fernández will not lie low: come …

La Cámpora, the controversial Kirchnerite youth activist organization, announced its eternal continuous support for President Cristina Fernández Kirchner as Argentina prepares to vote for a new head of state, in what appears to be a bit of a …

  • You don’t get to vote because you’re a foreigner.

That is all.

Haha. No, I’m kidding. But seriously now, foreigners are not allowed to vote in national elections unless they legally become Argentine citizens. So if you want to vote …