Argentina's new Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur is said to be speeding up the path towards the lifting of caps on meat exports in an attempt to bring in hard currency as the government of President Alberto Fernández desperately tries to recover from defeat at Sept. 12's Mandatory, Simultaneous and Open Primary (PASO) elections.1 comment
Argentine First Lady Fabiola Yáñez is 10 weeks pregnant, the Presidential medical unit in Buenos Aires announced Thursday. The baby is due in April next year.Add your comment!
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Monday took the oath of office to the new members of his cabinet, with whom he intends to reconfigure his Government following a resounding loss at September 12's Mandatory, Open and Simultaneous (PASO) elections and its following political crisis.Add your comment!
In the midst of the critical situation that emerged following the results of Sunday 12 September primary election, and the cabinet reshuffle a week later, the government of Argentine president Alberto Fernandez nevertheless confirmed that this week it will honor a US$ 1,9bn repayment plus interests to the IMF.Add your comment!
Argentine President Alberto Fernández Friday announced a major cabinet reshuffle in an attempt to build up a new government team with which to reverse last Sunday's loss at the Open, Mandatory and Simultaneous Primary (PASO) elections.
Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner (CFK) Thursday wrote an open letter to President Alberto Fernández demanding that the latter honours “the will of the Argentine people” who elected him in 2019.
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.
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.
Argentina's ruling Frente de Todos (FdT) coalition Sunday took a heavy blow by losing the Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory Primary (PASO) elections to the opposition Juntos por el Cambio (JxC) alliance of former President Mauricio Macri in most districts nationwide.
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.