A Kirchnerite initiative for a one-time tax on the country's richest 12,000 people got the presidential greenlight, but the law is still not a certainty
Cambiemos-dominated Senate holds firm as Governor Kicillof aims to raise funds from biggest property owners
Tax hikes, pension reform and increased power to the Executive branch are the main features of Fernández's first big bill
Macri denounces "treason" while all eyes focus on Peronist economic team's announcement
Peronism will hold a majority in the Senate, but will need regional or opposition allies to pass laws in the lower chamber.
President-elect looks to strike the right notes in foreign policy and with allies at home
Peronism could reach a majority in both chambers by negotiating with a few minority parties
Ruling coalition expected to move from 25 to 31 seats, putting it close to controlling the chamber in case of re-election