Macri’s ascendancy has hit a small snag: the death of Folk Hero Santiago Maldonado,and the clueless comments of the operatives of Macri. The Argentine Melodrama has one more day before the vote takes place. Will de Kirchner gain a Senate seat, from which to to hector the Macri’s Neo-Liberal political/economic re-invigoration? Even though she is under indictment.
But pay attention to the august Financial Times’ ‘reporter’ , the usually reliable Mr. Mander, engaging in what might just be maladroit conspiracy mongering, by default.
With results from forensic tests yet to be announced, wild speculation surrounding the Maldonado scandal that has engrossed the nation for more than two months will not be put to rest until after the elections.
The regular reader of the Financial Times has to wonder at the why of ‘wild speculation surrounding the Maldonado scandal that has engrossed the nation for more than two months will not be put to rest until after the elections.’ I don’t recall reading about the Santiago Maldonado case in The Financial Times. If another reader, or one of the editors of this publication can direct me to reports in this newspaper I would be grateful.
This might be one of the many reasons to subscribe to the English language daily, The Buenos Aries Herald!