It is perhaps a typically Latin America problem: elections are due and many of the candidates are under investigation or facing court summons on suspicion of corruption. So they have to duck and dive, running a campaign and a legal obstacle race: the aim is both to get elected and stay out of prison. There are several key individual cases with wider implications in Argentina ahead of October’s mid-term federal congressional elections.

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