Buenos Aires province Governor María Eugenia Vidal today headed a meeting with her cabinet ministers and provincial mayors calling to "respond those who want violence dertermination and democratic limits."
Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra called on the United Kingdom to engage in “open dialogue” on the Malvinas islands sovereignty dispute in an open letter sent to the UK government, which President Mauricio Macri’s administration hopes can further improve relations between the former foes.
The march marking the first anniversary of the #NiUnaMenos protest found president of the National Council for Women Fabiana Tuñez meeting demands of activists in representation of the centre-right PRO party administration. In a lively and long talk with the Herald, Tuñez confessed that she’s in a race against the clock to stop femicides in Argentina.
The fraction of the opposition which favours negotiations with the government has focused on adding articles ensuring that social security will remain under state control after controversy concerning a veiled shift towards privatization.
The Airport Security Police (PSA) cleared the control tower in the BA City Jorge Newbery Airport that had been occupied by air traffic controllers of the ATE union who on Friday launched a 48-hour strike causing delays and cancellations in flights across the country.
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