Alberto Fernández froze the price of basic public services, reduced the prices of medicines, announced special bonuses for retirees, special and underprivileged people, suspended the ban on the sale of abortion pills
After 4 miserable years of Macrismo, Argentina bids farewell to the right-wing government and welcomes the progressive government of the Frente de Todos coalition
Juan Grabois of the Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy discusses the defeat of Macri in the recent elections in Argentina and the challenges ahead
Rampant inflation and the lack of adequate government policies have made basic food products inaccessible for the majority of the Argentine population.
The struggling Argentine peso suffered a significant loss in value after the defeat of Mauricio Macri in the primary elections. We spoke to Argentine economist Emiliano López about how and why this occurred
On April 4, with the slogan of “Argentine unity, production and work”, thousands of Argentines were mobilized by trade unions and social organizations. The protesters demanded the declaration of a food emergency and the withdrawal of hikes to essential services
The banner of unity #TierraTechoYTrabajo [#LandRoofAndWork] defeated the right-wing ruling party Cambiemos and won the neighborhood council elections in Villa 21-24, a poor neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina