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ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTS2T6DI
October 28, 2019
A flag depicting late former Argentine president Nestor Kirchner flutters as supporters of presidential...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alberto Fernandez wins general election in Argentina
A flag depicting late former Argentine president Nestor Kirchner flutters as supporters of presidential candidate Alberto Fernandez, and his running mate and former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, celebrate on the street after the election results in Buenos Aires, Argentina October 27, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTS2T66E
October 28, 2019
A flag depicting late former Argentine president Nestor Kirchner flutters as supporters of presidential...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina holds general elections
A flag depicting late former Argentine president Nestor Kirchner flutters as supporters of presidential candidate Alberto Fernandez, and his running mate and former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, celebrate on the street after the election results in Buenos Aires, Argentina October 27, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTS2SYLG
October 26, 2019
A woman walks past a graffiti depicting Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez and Argentina's late President...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A woman walks past a graffiti depicting Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez and Argentina's late President...
A woman walks past a graffiti depicting Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez and Argentina's late President Nestor Kirchner, one day ahead of presidential elections in Buenos Aires outskirts, Argentina October 26, 2019. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ARGENTINA-CORRUPTION/
RTS21V9E
September 18, 2018
Supporters of former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner hold up images of her and her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters of former Argentine President Fernandez de Kirchner hold up images of her after she left the...
Supporters of former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner hold up images of her and her husband late President Nestor Kirchner after she left the Federal Justice building in Buenos Aires, Argentina September 18, 2018. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-POLITICS/
RTS17XP9
June 20, 2017
Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks as supporters display an image of her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Former Argentine President Fernandez de Kirchner speaks as supporters display an image of her late husband,...
Former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks as supporters display an image of her late husband, Argentine President Nestor Kirchner, during a rally in Buenos Aires, Argentina June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-CORRUPTION/FERNANDEZ
RTS11TET
March 07, 2017
A supporter of Argentina's former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (not pictured) holds a banner...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A supporter of Argentina's former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner holds a banner after Fernandez...
A supporter of Argentina's former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (not pictured) holds a banner with photographs of Fernandez de Kirchner and her late husband, Argentina's former President Nestor Kirchner, after Fernandez de Kirchner arrived at court over accusations of bribery and money laundering, in Buenos Aires, Argentina March 7, 2017. The writing on the banner reads "Now more than ever". REUTERS/Martin Acosta
ARGENTINA-CORRUPTION/FERNANDEZ
RTX2R8XQ
October 31, 2016
A man wears a hat with an image of former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man wears a hat with an image of former Argentine President Fernandez de Kirchner and her husband late...
A man wears a hat with an image of former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her husband late President Nestor Kirchner as he waits for Fernandez de Kirchner to leave court in Buenos Aires, Argentina, October31, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
URUGUAY-BATLLE/
RTX2QA94
October 25, 2016
Former Uruguayan President Jorge Batlle (R) and former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner chat as they...
Colonia, Uruguay
Former Uruguayan President Jorge Batlle (R) and former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner chat as they...
Former Uruguayan President Jorge Batlle (R) and former Argentine President Nestor Kirchner chat as they walk by the Uruguayan presidential ranch in Colonia, Uruguay, in this October 9, 2003 file picture. Batlle, who was Uruguayan President from 2000 to 2005, died on October 24, 2016 according to local media. REUTERS/Andres Stapff/File Photo
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTSNLUQ
September 13, 2016
People walk inside the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
People walk inside the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum...
People walk inside the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016 is taking place, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 13, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-TOYOTA/
RTSNLSI
September 13, 2016
People walk inside the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
People walk inside the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum...
People walk inside the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016 is taking place, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 13, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTSNJ06
September 13, 2016
A man talks on the phone in a hallway of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Centre, where the Argentina Business...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man talks on the phone in a hallway of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Centre, where the Argentina Business...
A man talks on the phone in a hallway of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Centre, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016 is taking place, in Buenos Aires, Argentina September 13, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTSNI3T
September 13, 2016
The Nestor Kirchner Cultural Centre, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016 is taking...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Nestor Kirchner Cultural Centre, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016 is taking...
The Nestor Kirchner Cultural Centre, where the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016 is taking place, is seen in Buenos Aires, Argentina September 13, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTSNENM
September 12, 2016
Police cars are parked in front of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Police cars are parked in front of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business...
Police cars are parked in front of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 12, 2016. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTSNENL
September 12, 2016
The Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured ahead of the Argentina Business and Investment Forum...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured ahead of the Argentina Business and Investment Forum...
The Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center is pictured ahead of the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 12, 2016. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTSNENK
September 12, 2016
Policemen place a barrier in front of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Policemen place a barrier in front of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business...
Policemen place a barrier in front of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 12, 2016. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/
RTSNENJ
September 12, 2016
Policemen place a barrier front in of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Policemen place a barrier in front of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business...
Policemen place a barrier front in of the Nestor Kirchner Cultural Center ahead of the Argentina Business and Investment Forum 2016, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 12, 2016. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-ECONOMY/POVERTY
RTX2BX7W
April 27, 2016
A man leaves a auto mechanic shop with an image of former Argentine Presidents Cristina Fernandez de...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man leaves a auto mechanic shop with an image of former Argentine Presidents Fernandez de Kirchner...
A man leaves a auto mechanic shop with an image of former Argentine Presidents Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and the late Nestor Kirchner in Hurlingham, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 21, 2016. Picture taken April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-COURT/
RTX29IRQ
April 12, 2016
Supporters of former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner wave flags with images of her...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters of former Argentine President Fernandez de Kirchner wave flags with images of her and her...
Supporters of former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner wave flags with images of her and her late husband late President Nestor Kirchner as they wait for her arrival at Buenos Aires' metropolitan airport, ahead of her court attendance to answer questions over a probe into the sale of U.S. dollar futures contracts at below-market rates by the central bank during her administration, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, April 11, 2016. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ECUADOR-POLITICS/
RTSE86W
April 08, 2016
A statue of Nestor Kirchner is seen among a group of journalists during the summit of Delegations from...
Quito, Ecuador
A statue of Nestor Kirchner is seen among a group of journalists during the summit of Delegations from...
A statue of Nestor Kirchner is seen among a group of journalists during the summit of Delegations from Latin American oil exporters from Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Venezuela at the UNASUR headquarter in Quito April 8, 2016. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja
ARGENTINA-POLITICS/
RTX1Y09H
December 10, 2015
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner unveils a figure of her husband late Argentine President...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner unveils a figure of her husband late Argentine President...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner unveils a figure of her husband late Argentine President Nestor Kirchner during a ceremony on her last day in office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-POLITICS/
RTX1Y08K
December 10, 2015
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks next to a figure of her husband late Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks next to a figure of her husband late Argentine...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks next to a figure of her husband late Argentine President Nestor Kirchner during a ceremony on her last day in office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-MACRI/
RTX1Y067
December 10, 2015
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri (R) and Buenos Aires' province governor-elect Maria Eugenia...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President-elect Macri and Buenos Aires' province governor-elect Vidal attend the inauguration...
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri (R) and Buenos Aires' province governor-elect Maria Eugenia Vidal attend the inauguration of incoming Buenos Aires' City Mayor Horacio Rodriguez Larreta (not seen) in Buenos Aires, December 9, 2015. Macri's victory in a run-off last month turned Argentine politics on its head, ending 12 years of leftist populism under outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner. Macri promises to remove state controls on the ailing economy and conduct more orthodox policies. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-MACRI/
RTX1Y066
December 10, 2015
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri hands over a cane to incoming Buenos Aires' City Mayor Horacio...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President-elect Macri hands over a cane to incoming Buenos Aires' City Mayor Larreta in Buenos...
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri hands over a cane to incoming Buenos Aires' City Mayor Horacio Rodriguez Larreta (R) in Buenos Aires December 9, 2015. Macri's victory in a run-off last month turned Argentine politics on its head, ending 12 years of leftist populism under outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner. Macri promises to remove state controls on the ailing economy and conduct more orthodox policies. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-MACRI/
RTX1Y065
December 10, 2015
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President-elect Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of incoming...
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of incoming Buenos Aires' City Mayor Horacio Rodriguez Larreta (R) in Buenos Aires December 9, 2015. Macri's victory in a run-off last month turned Argentine politics on its head, ending 12 years of leftist populism under outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner. Macri promises to remove state controls on the ailing economy and conduct more orthodox policies.REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-MACRI/
RTX1Y064
December 10, 2015
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President-elect Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of incoming...
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of incoming Buenos Aires' City Mayor Horacio Rodriguez Larreta (not seen) in Buenos Aires December 9, 2015. Macri's victory in a run-off last month turned Argentine politics on its head, ending 12 years of leftist populism under outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner. Macri promises to remove state controls on the ailing economy and conduct more orthodox policies.REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-MACRI/
RTX1Y05X
December 10, 2015
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President-elect Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of incoming...
Argentina's President-elect Mauricio Macri acknowledges the audience as he attends the inauguration of incoming Buenos Aires' City Mayor Horacio Rodriguez Larreta (not seen) in Buenos Aires December 9, 2015. Macri's victory in a run-off last month turned Argentine politics on its head, ending 12 years of leftist populism under outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner. Macri promises to remove state controls on the ailing economy and conduct more orthodox policies.REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-POLITICS/
RTX1Y041
December 09, 2015
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks next to a figure of her husband late Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks next to a figure of her husband late Argentine...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner speaks next to a figure of her husband late Argentine President Nestor Kirchner during a ceremony on her last day in office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-POLITICS/
RTX1Y03P
December 09, 2015
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Bolivian counterpart Evo Morales unveil...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner and her Bolivian counterpart Morales unveil a figure of her...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Bolivian counterpart Evo Morales unveil a figure of her husband late Argentine President Nestor Kirchner during a ceremony on her last day in office at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina, December 9, 2015. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VC4C
November 23, 2015
Supporters of Argentina's ruling party presidential candidate Daniel Scioli, one of them wearing a T-shirt...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Supporters of Argentina's ruling party presidential candidate Scioli react outside the campaign headquarters...
Supporters of Argentina's ruling party presidential candidate Daniel Scioli, one of them wearing a T-shirt with images of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her late husband Nestor Kirchner, react outside the campaign headquarters in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Conservative opposition candidate Mauricio Macri appeared headed for victory in Argentina's presidential election on Sunday, with partial returns showing him on course to win after promising business-friendly economic reforms. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAQC
November 22, 2015
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory raises a fist after voting at a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory raises a fist after voting at a...
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory raises a fist after voting at a polling station during a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Fernandez who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAFD
November 22, 2015
A boy dressed as "Star Wars" character Darth Vader holds his fathers' ballot as they leave the voting...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A boy dressed as "Star Wars" character Darth Vader holds his fathers' ballot as they leave the voting...
A boy dressed as "Star Wars" character Darth Vader holds his fathers' ballot as they leave the voting room at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAE4
November 22, 2015
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory looks on after voting during a presidential...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory looks on after voting during a presidential...
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory looks on after voting during a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAC8
November 22, 2015
A citizen deposits his votes during a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A citizen deposits his votes during a presidential election in Buenos Aires
A citizen deposits his votes during a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAC4
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before casting...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAC3
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) answers questions as he talks to the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri answers a question as he talks to the media at a polling station after casting his vote in Argentina's...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) answers questions as he talks to the media at a polling station after casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAC2
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before casting...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAC1
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before casting...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VABK
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a polling...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VABI
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives to cast...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAA6
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, leaves the voting room...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, leaves the voting room to cast...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, leaves the voting room to cast his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAA5
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, waves as he arrives...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, waves as he arrives to cast...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, waves as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAA3
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives to cast...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ARGENTINA-ELECTION/
RTX1VAA2
November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) listens to questions as he talks to...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri listens to a question as he talks to the media at a polling station after casting his vote in Argentina's...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) listens to questions as he talks to the media at a polling station after casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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November 22, 2015
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli (C) of the ruling Front for Victory party gestures next to his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory party gestures next to his wife Rabolini...
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli (C) of the ruling Front for Victory party gestures next to his wife Karina Rabolini (R) and his daughter Lorena before voting during a presidential election at polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
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November 22, 2015
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli (C) of the ruling Front for Victory party votes next to his wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory party votes next to his wife Rabolini and...
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli (C) of the ruling Front for Victory party votes next to his wife Karina Rabolini (R) and his daughter Lorena during a presidential election at polling station in Buenos Aires, November, 22 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
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November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives to cast...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, smiles as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
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November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a polling...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
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November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, waves as he arrives...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, waves as he arrives to cast...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, waves as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
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November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a polling...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, casts his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
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November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, leaves the voting room...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, leaves the voting room to cast...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate for the Cambiemos (Let's Change) alliance, leaves the voting room to cast his vote at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
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November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri (C), presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri arrives at a polling station before casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos...
Mauricio Macri (C), presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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November 22, 2015
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Macri arrives at a polling station before casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos...
Mauricio Macri, presidential candidate of Cambiemos (Let's Change) arrives at a polling station before casting his vote in Argentina's presidential election in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
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November 22, 2015
Electoral officers work in a public school used as a polling station during a presidential election in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Electoral officers work in a public school used as a polling station during a presidential election in...
Electoral officers work in a public school used as a polling station during a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines voted on Sunday in a run-off election that hands the center-right opposition, led by Mauricio Macri, its best chance in more than a decade to wrest the presidency from the populist Peronists. A win by Macri would set Argentina's spluttering economy on a more free-market course that he promises would rebuild investor confidence. Outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who was preceded in office by her late husband Nestor Kirchner, is as revered by the poor for her generous welfare programs as she is reviled by business for the strict controls the couple put on the economy during their 12 years in power. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
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November 22, 2015
Election campaign leaflets of presidential candidates Daniel Scioli (L) of the ruling Front for Victory...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Election campaign leaflets of presidential candidates Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory and Macri...
Election campaign leaflets of presidential candidates Daniel Scioli (L) of the ruling Front for Victory and Mauricio Macri of the Cambiemos (Let's Change) coalition, are pictured inside a classroom of a public school used as a polling station during a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines heading to the polls on Sunday face a choice between a sharp turn toward free markets and extending a 12-year run of interventionist policies by outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her now-deceased husband Nestor Kirchner. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
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November 22, 2015
Election campaign leaflets of presidential candidates Daniel Scioli (L) of the ruling Front for Victory...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Election campaign leaflets of presidential candidates Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory and Macri...
Election campaign leaflets of presidential candidates Daniel Scioli (L) of the ruling Front for Victory and Mauricio Macri of the Cambiemos (Let's Change) coalition are pictured inside a classroom of a public school used as a polling station during a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines heading to the polls on Sunday face a choice between a sharp turn toward free markets and extending a 12-year run of interventionist policies by outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her now-deceased husband Nestor Kirchner. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
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November 22, 2015
A man named Jorge Williams wearing an Argentinian national flag as a cape, leaves the voting room after...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man named Jorge Williams wearing an Argentinian national flag as a cape, leaves the voting room after...
A man named Jorge Williams wearing an Argentinian national flag as a cape, leaves the voting room after casting his ballot at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines heading to the polls on Sunday face a choice between a sharp turn toward free markets and extending a 12-year run of interventionist policies by outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her now-deceased husband Nestor Kirchner. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
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November 22, 2015
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory prepares to cats his vote in a presidential...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory prepares to cats his vote in a presidential...
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory prepares to cats his vote in a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines heading to the polls on Sunday face a choice between a sharp turn toward free markets and extending a 12-year run of interventionist policies by outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her now-deceased husband Nestor Kirchner. REUTERS/Martin Acosta
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November 22, 2015
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory (front L) and his wife Karina Rabolini...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory and his wife Rabolini arrive to vote in...
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory (front L) and his wife Karina Rabolini arrive to vote in a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines heading to the polls on Sunday face a choice between a sharp turn toward free markets and extending a 12-year run of interventionist policies by outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her now-deceased husband Nestor Kirchner. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
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November 22, 2015
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory (L) and his wife Karina Rabolini...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Presidential candidate Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory and his wife Rabolini arrive to vote in...
Presidential candidate Daniel Scioli of the ruling Front for Victory (L) and his wife Karina Rabolini arrive to vote in a presidential election in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines heading to the polls on Sunday face a choice between a sharp turn toward free markets and extending a 12-year run of interventionist policies by outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her now-deceased husband Nestor Kirchner. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
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November 22, 2015
A man with an Argentinian national flag draped over his shoulders leaves the voting room after casting...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man with an Argentinian national flag draped over his shoulders leaves the voting room after casting...
A man with an Argentinian national flag draped over his shoulders leaves the voting room after casting his ballot during a presidential election, at a polling station in Buenos Aires, November 22, 2015. Argentines heading to the polls on Sunday face a choice between a sharp turn toward free markets and extending a 12-year run of interventionist policies by outgoing President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her now-deceased husband Nestor Kirchner. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci
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