Says Aranguren should not be blamed
President Mauricio Macri admitted yesterday that the government probably made mistakes over the controversial hikes in rates to public utilities, but said that his Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren should not be blamed for them.
Education system in crisis as wage talks come to fore
The country’s education system will be thrust into further disarray today, with classes in at least five provinces unlikely to start following the winter vacation break, laying bare tensions inside teachers’ unions.
Animosity in the government coalition is growing as the PRO party plays nice with its former Peronist rivals, prompting complaints from the Radical party which expected more influence in the Let’s Change administration.
By Fermín Koop
The head of the US Democratic Party resigned yesterday amid a furore over embarrassing leaked emails, hoping to head off a growing rebellion by Bernie Sanders supporters on the eve of the convention to nominate Hillary Clinton for the White House.• Clinton campaign points finger at Russia for controversy • How Hillary Clinton can win over the doubters • Tim Kaine can speak Spanish — but Hispanics don’t really care
Constitutional reform assemblies begin
Shows shine light on women’s creativity
By Silvia Rottemberg
The pamphlet of the 1986 art show Mitominas says that “myths may suggest telling a story of humankind, but it’s of mankind; histories from a clear male perspective. And now,” the manifesto-esque text suggested, “is the time to change that.”
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Juan Curuchet, cyclist and COA athletes’ board chairman
By Gabriela Padín Losada