The case of José López epitomizes the fall of the once mighty Kirchneristas. The former minister was arrested last month trying to donate $9 million dollars to some nuns in a convent.
Macri pledged to move the country away from the confrontational politics of outgoing president Cristina Fernández in an inauguration ceremony that came after two weeks of bitter bickering over the handover protocol.
Mauricio Macri's dramatic victory in Sunday's presidential runoff follows a dramatic life story marked by family wealth, a kidnapping, sporting titles, meditation and almost choking on a false mustache.
Macri’s win marks a major shake up of Argentine politics, putting an end to 12 years of Kirchnerismo. It also looks like a warning to several other leftist Latin American governments.
After 12 years of a Kirchner leader — either Nestor or Cristina — voters in Argentina will decide on Sunday to either close the book on the Kirchners or vote for continuing their policies and programs. What's their legacy?
The weekend’s presidential elections to pick the successor of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in Argentina see government-backed candidate Daniel Scioli only just beat the opposition's Mauricio Macri. A runoff will be held on November 22.
Although the top three candidates set themselves apart from the "intensity" of Kirchnerismo, they still share its political roots.
At least three more lynching attempts last weekend highlight a growing string of sometimes fatal acts of vigilante violence. Is Argentina's government doing enough to address the root causes?
Buenos Aires Province Gov. Daniel Scioli vowed to spend 600 million Argentine pesos on increasing security.