Cristina Kirchner withdrew her candidacy to facilitate an agreement within Peronists to defeat Macri.
The former president announced that she would go from presidential candidate to vice-president of her former chief of staff, Alberto Fernández, a centrist Peronist, which could facilitate agreements with Sergio Massa and the governors.
The Court, against president Macri's wishes, put a hold on Kirchner's legal woes, opening the road for her return to the presidency.
Some believe that, because of the cooling of the economy, criticism towards AMLO's government must be harsher. The Nuevo Leon governorship might be at play.
The failures and successes of the Merida Initiative: the bilateral plan that promised to end violence
A conversation with Richard Miles, former intelligence officer during the Bush administration and co-author of the initiative, and Alejandro Hope, security specialist and former Mexican intelligence officer.
Vista, Miguel Galuccio´s company, is located in the forefront of the exploitation of Vaca Muerta, the site that can change the history of Argentina.
Cristina Kirchner's historic decision to run for VP instead of President opens both the possibility of an escape from the fracture, or a return to that toxic formula of Campora to the Government, Perón to power.
The failure in overcoming the crack is also anchored in the persistence of the elites by means of failed strategies.
Noticias de la semana
In an interview with LPO, Pedro Valenzuela, profesor at Javeriana University and expert in armed conflicts, analyzes the Colombian stage.
The former president of Argentina, who's leading the polls for this year's elections, sent her economist, Axel Kicillof, to Mexico to meet with AMLO's cabinet.