Argentina, in the midst of a serious economic and social crisis, found its political crisis almost beyond measure.
The three thirds of these PASO elections on the road to October are non-negotiable because they clearly represent three different and antagonistic positions of the electoral expectations of the Argentines.
By mid-June, the governor of the Province of Jujuy reformed the provincial constitution passed in the provincial chamber with repercussions at the national level.
Macri moved his cards first. He will not be the candidate, but he has a strategy that will allow him to be the opposition’s great organizer.
After the first year of the self-styled government Frente de Todos government, which took office in 2019, and having passed the moment of greatest isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Argentine Government began to show signs, first, of its disagreements; second, of its divisions and disputes at present. The conflict in the Government is basically … Continued
Cristina de Kirchner announced that she will never again be a candidate for anything. But beyond the real meaning of this resignation, the sentence opens an uncertain political panorama in Argentina.
Lawfare, beyond the difficulties to confirm it, exists and does not belong to any ideology. However, today its unidirectional use calls into question its real nature.
The mega-case targeting Kirchnerism has already been going on for six years and is coming to an end. Beyond the condemnations that may arise from this verdict, it will cause a major political impact on the country.
Recently, an intense social mobilization has been unleashed in a relatively unforeseen manner in many parts of the world. Nothing new, except the forms and contents of this new social protest.
Alberto Fernández took office in December 2019 as a result of a political strategy to defeat the then ruling party of Macri. Such strategy constituted the new government, not as a coalition of government, but as a coalition of power.