Judicial reform, lockdown, crime and economic interventionism all targetted as anti-kirchnerites make show of strength early in Fernández's reign
Did VP Cristina Kirchner open the door for allies to take aim at the President?
The gruesome death of Fabián Gutiérrez brought cases of Kirchnerite corruption back to the fore
An exiled corruption critic, a public works graft investigator, and the author of an anti-Kirchner book are drafting the project
President draws friendly fire as pressure to free key Kirchnerite figures from jail escalates
Judges dust off cases involving the current administration, while investigations against Kirchnerites take the back seat
Investigations against Argentina and Brazil's former presidents questioned by leaks, as Fernández visits Lula in jail
Fueled by the government’s own missteps, the former President has enjoyed a week full of positives.
The espionage case being investigated by Dolores Federal Judge Alejo Ramos Padilla has unveiled a crisis in Argentina’s intelligence system.
The revelations of the “D’Alessio case” are circling around key government officials