President proposes judicial reform in the annual state of the union; holdout creditors case heard in New York; AMIA pact becomes law.
Argentines demand justice the one-year anniversary of the Once train crash; teachers call a strike amid tense salary negotiations; Senate approves truth commission with Iran.
Congress debates AMIA accord with Iran amid disapproval from the Jewish community; Court finds Catholic Church complicit in the Dirty War; problems arise with government price freeze.
Argentina agrees to a joint truth commission with Iran over the 1994 AMIA bombing; IMF censures the country over economic data; an Argentine queen to sit on the Dutch throne.
Argentine warship’s sinking stirs controversy; Buenos Aires Mayor Macri announces 2015 presidential ambitions; mixed 2012 economic data released
IMF sets a date to review the reliability of Argentina’s economic data; Fernández de Kirchner tours Asia; Falklands set date for a status referendum.
Fernández de Kirchner travels to Cuba to visit Chávez; Libertad welcomed home in grand ceremony; upgrades planned to Buenos Aires railway; president and film actor Darín face off
Expect another eventful year for Argentina, with increasing challenges rising in the country’s economic, political, and international relations realms.
In the coming year, we should hope for much from Cuba, but expect little.
Cuba’s Foreign Minister promoted to Politburo; hundreds arrested before International Human Rights Day; Carromero repatriated to Spain
Census data reveals a smaller and aging population; Assembly plans to tackle economic issues; 34th Havana Film Festival kicks off
Government takes aim at vulgarity in music; Judy Gross holds press conference for her husband’s freedom; government lowers calling rates with the US.
Government introduces new tax system; new cases of cholera reported in the wake of Hurricane Sandy; Colombia-FARC peace talks arrive in Havana.
Near global unanimity in UN vote condemning the US embargo; Cuba’s oil dreams put on hold; first transgender member elected to People’s Assembly.
Hurricane Sandy leaves 11 dead and widespread damage; government announces further changes to migratory reform; Fidel lays death rumours to rest.