Last Sunday's defeat at the Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory Primary (PASO) elections finally seem to have taken its toll on Argentina's Frente de Todos (FdT) ruling coalition as members of cabinet loyal to Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner handed in their resignations to President Alberto Fernández, it was reported.1 comment
The Frente de Todos coalition ruling Argentina is said to be going through an internal crisis following last Sunday's results at the Mandatory, Simultaneous and Open Primary (PASO) elections where it lost some 4.8 million votes nationwide from when Alberto Fernández was chosen to the presidency two years ago.1 comment
Argentine President Alberto Fernández and Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner took centre stage Thursday as the ruling Frente de Todos party rounded up its political campaign aimed at next Sunday's Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory Primary (PASO) elections.
According to most surveys, opposition candidates are still trailing those of the ruling Frente de Todos (FdT) coalition in Argentina's province of Buenos Aires, the country's largest district, less than two weeks before Sept. 12's Open Primary, Mandatory and Simultaneous (PASO) elections.
Incumbent Governor Gustavo Valdés of the Radical Civil Union (UCR) was reelected Sunday for a new four-year term in office at the helm of the Argentine province of Corrientes.
Peronist provincial lawmaker Miguel Arias was shot at during the party's closing ceremony not far from the town of Paso de Los Libres as the province of Corrientes gets ready for this coming Sunday's elñections where the offices of Governor and Vice Governor will be at stake.
Argentina’s ruling coalition, Frente de Todos, is seeking to impose a one-time tax on wealthy citizens as part of a strategy to solidify the alliance’s populist credentials while boosting government revenue amid a deteriorating economic crisis.