Mauricio Macri

Electricity is almost fully restored as of Sunday evening to Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, after what one leader called an "unprecedented" power failure.
From the G-20 meeting to news conferences, it just keeps happening.
President Trump made a weird, swift exit at the G-20 summit. It’s not the first time he’s gone for a bizarre wander in front of the cameras.
At least six of those killed were foreign nationals from Argentina and Belgium.
The Interamerican Commission for Human Rights has denounced a deep financial crisis, perhaps the worst since its establishment. This debacle happens after years of systematically inadequate funding policies.
The men also warned about attacking the Jewish population in Buenos Aires.
The New York Times reported last week that Argentina's former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was indicted "on charges of manipulating the nation's Central Bank during the final months of her administration."
While President Obama was keeping his eye on the ball during his recent trips to Cuba and Argentina, much of the U.S. media severely missed the point of this pivotal moment for U.S.-Latin America relations.
Conservatives in Latin America might do well to heed US and Latin American cautionary tales of political hypocrisy and overreach. If the lower-middle class voters key to the center-right's recent political victories take a jaded view of the recent wave, conservative gains may prove fleeting.
BUENOS AIRES -- Argentina's incoming president has promised to shock the country's highly regulated economy into market-based reality. But, like many Argentines, I am concerned that the touted adjustment will come at a high cost to our most economically vulnerable citizens.
BUENOS AIRES - The grand tragedy of the Kirchners' era of governance is the failure to have exploited the tail wind of the golden years of booming commodity exports. A fair part of what was then accrued was subsequently dissipated in populist policies that failed to allow an increase in national savings or the accumulation of greater social capital for investment in the future.
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The election of right-wing candidate Mauricio Macri as Argentina's president on Sunday, which just a few months ago was unexpected, is a setback for Argentina and for the region.
"Let's Change" is an appealing slogan, but the question is "change to what?" It seems likely from the interests that Mauricio Macri represents, and his political orientation, that Argentina's poor and working people will bear the brunt of any economic adjustment.
At the end of the day, we should remember that soccer fans are also voters that can not only consolidate a politician's career, but can also launch it.
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Journalists, lawmakers, police officers and doctors were among the injured Friday during the violent clash between Buenos Aires Metropolitan Police and protesters who tried to prevent the destruction of a workshop at the Borda Psychiatric Institute.