Provincial power: more licenses taken from YPF, and challenges to the supreme court on abortion. Meanwhile, the president and her allies close ranks around Boudou.
The supreme court makes an historic ruling on abortion, legal measures are announced against Falklands oil companies, and the 1992 attack on the Israeli embassy is remembered.
The spat between Kirchner and Macri reaches new levels, the EU gives Argentina a ticking off, and a teachers’ strike leaves millions out of school.
VP Boudou responds to accusations of corruption, Cristina announces a raft of new measures, and the Perito Moreno glacier puts on a show.
Horrific train crash in Buenos Aires leaves 51 dead and hundreds wounded, and some new schools in the capital go missing.
A controversial mining project is halted in La Rioja, Prince William arrives in the Falklands/Malvinas, and Macri reconsiders his use of the veto.
Cristina comes back to work with strong words for oil companies. Meanwhile, the unions think economic ‘fine-tuning’ is rather more than that, and the vicepresident gets into a pickle over constitutional reform.
The war of words grows over the Falklands, possible Argentine repercussions from the Megaupload case, and new security measures at Buenos Aires’ bus terminal.
A crackdown on street vendors in Buenos Aires, new import controls announced, and continued protests over Subte fares.
Drought strikes the country, there’s uproar over a hike in Subte prices, and the president doesn’t have cancer after all.
CFK will be operated for a thyroid cancer, and the governor of Río Negro dies in mysterious circumstances.
A foreign policy win as Mercosur shuts its ports to Falklands boats, while the new government’s legislative onslaught continues.
Moyano lets loose against the government, Scioli deals with some unhappy police, and a bill on newsprint stirs up (predictable) opposition.
CFK is sworn in for another four years as president. Macri starts his second mandate too, failing to do away with Buenos Aires’ street car-cleaners.
The politics of sport: elections in Boca Juniors. Elsewhere, disappointment (again) in the Davis cup, and a state foray into historical revisionism.