- Martín Lariora leads in Córdoba by three points over Luis Goez: the one chosen by Juan Chiaretti to succeed him leads the opposition candidate when they have 94.11% of the polling stations. The audit was delayed due to data transmission issues and there were complaints in both places. They maintain that it was the highest abstention since 1983.
- Gildo Insfrán won again in Formosa: with all tables checked, the ruling party was 50 points ahead of its main rival. The current governor, who has been in power since 1995, achieved nearly 70% of the vote and will therefore enter his eighth consecutive term. “I owe myself to people and leave when they want,” Insifran said.
- Sergio Massa, candidate of the ruling party’s Unity List, meets his team: for the time being, the Minister of Economy will continue to lead the portfolio despite the fact that he said that the role conflicts with the electoral campaign. He meets today with his cabinet to outline the political and economic agenda for the coming days.
- The United States Coast Guard will investigate the explosion of the Titan submarine: Canadian authorities have already initiated a case, because the submarine’s mother ship was flying the flag of that country. Since it is an event that occurred in international waters, other agencies can start their own investigations.
- Riquelme had a farewell and Boca had a party: with luxury guests such as Leo Messi, Ángel Di Maria, Leandro Paredes, Pablo Aimar, Scaloni and many more historical figures from Boca, one of the greatest idols from Boca had given a tribute party. At the end, Riquelme dedicated a few words to Carlos Bianchi, present at the Bombonera, who received one of the most touching applause of the night.
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