• President Cristina swore-in the new members of her cabinet
    CABINET RESHUFFLE

    President Cristina swore-in the new members of her cabinet

    During a ceremony held at the Government House, President Cristina Fernández swore-in two new cabinet ministers and the new secretary general of the Presidency, before a packed crowd that permanently cheered the Head of State.

  • “Law is the only explanation for Rafecas´ruling”
    CABINET CHIEF ANIBAL Fernández

    “Law is the only explanation for Rafecas´ruling”

    Cabinet Chief Anibal Fernández said that “law is the only explanation for (Federal Judge Daniel) Rafecas´ruling”, dismissing the complaints filed by the late prosecutor Alberto Nisman, involving President Cristina Fernández.

  • Widespread call to a rally next Sunday in support to Cristina
    Congressional period of sessions

    Widespread call to a rally next Sunday in support to Cristina

    Governors, municipal mayors, labor unions plus political and social organizations have called to a huge rally next Sunday at Plaza del Congreso, in support to President Cristina Fernández, who is scheduled to inaugurate the 133 Congressional period of sessions with a message to the Nation.

  • Aníbal Fernández appointed as new Cabinet Chief
    CABINET RESHUFFLE

    Aníbal Fernández appointed as new Cabinet Chief

    Aníbal Fernández will be the new Cabinet Chief, in replacement of Jorge Capitanich; as it was announced by Communication Secretary, Alfredo Scoccimarro from the Government House.

  • Rafecas dismissed Nisman’s accusation against the President on AMIA cover-up
    AMIA CASE

    Rafecas dismissed Nisman’s accusation against the President on AMIA cover-up

    Federal Judge Daniel Rafecas dismissed on Thursday, the accusation for alleged cover-up in the bombing of the AMIA Jewish community center, against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, since there are no elements to move forward with an investigation that targets the Chief of State, as confirmed judicial sources.

  • The agreement with the U.S. will identify foreign trade irregularities
    AFIP CHAIRMAN Echegaray

    The agreement with the U.S. will identify foreign trade irregularities

    Ricardo Echegaray, head of AFIP (Federal Agency of Public Incomes) referred to an agreement with the United States, through the exchange of software information for the Data of Analysis and Investigations for the System of Commercial Transparency, which will enable to identify irregularities in the said trade.

  • Vanoli defended the present exchange rate and ruled out an “abrupt devaluation”
    CENTRAL BANK CHAIRMAN

    Vanoli defended the present exchange rate and ruled out an “abrupt devaluation”

    Central Bank (BCRA) Chairman Alejandro Vanoli said that he shall not validate “any abrupt devaluation” and ratified that the exchange rate will be monitored and managed gradually, so it does not lag behind the deposits in pesos.

  • Aerolíneas to La Nación:
    Argentina's flag carrier

    Aerolíneas to La Nación: "They try to discredit through ill-intentioned information

    Through a communiqué flag-carrier Aerolíneas Argentinas held that “the newspaper La Nación lies again,” in reference to an article with facts on the state-owned airline, which distorted its present situation.

  • Supermarket and shopping center sales increased in January
    INDEC

    Supermarket and shopping center sales increased in January

    Sales in January increased by 6.8 percent in supermarkets and by 10.8 percent in shopping centers, according to the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INDEC), in relation to the same month in 2014.

  • CTA called to “firmly support the President” on Sunday
    Opening of Congress ordinary sessions

    CTA called to “firmly support the President” on Sunday

    The secretary of the Argentine Confederation of Workers (CTA), Hugo Yasky, confirmed that its members will gather at Plaza de los Dos Congresos next Sunday, to support President Cristina Fernández, who will open the 133th ordinary sessions of Congress with a speech to the nation.