May 22, 2022 4:58 am

What you need to know: Máximo Kirchner resigned from the bloc’s presidency, lost Messi’s PSG and much harsher sanctions in CABA for drunk drivers

  • Máximo Kirchner resigned from the presidency of the Frente de Todos bloc. He published a statement harshly criticizing the government’s economic team in which he stated that he does not share Alberto Fernández’s strategy. The vice president’s son clarified in any case that he is going to remain on his bench.
  • There are already more than a dozen entities that have expressed their concern about the march against the Court. Groups of judges, prosecutors, lawyers, businessmen and ruralists agreed to ask that no progress be made against the independence of Justice. Together for Change joined the repudiation, but did not express his opinion on the counter march called for Thursday, February 3.
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol will be suspended for up to 2 years. The City of Buenos Aires foresees much tougher penalties for those who exceed the consumption limit while driving and they will come into force as of tomorrow. 20% of fatal accidents registered in the district are related to alcohol consumption.
  • Sebastián Yatra returns to Argentina. The Colombian singer and former partner of Tini brings his tour to Buenos Aires Rosario and Córdoba in August. The commercial cut of the album, featuring Red Heels, has already exceeded 250 million views and is still at the top of the charts.
  • Messi’s PSG eliminated from the French Cup. Mauricio Pochettino’s team, which saw the captain of the national team return to the starting lineup, fell to Nice in the round of 16 penalty shootout. La Pulga converted from 12 steps and Leandro Paredes missed his shot.

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