January 24, 2018

Trump the odd one out at G20, Leopoldo López leaves jail and Lula may be going there himself

Friday, July 14, 2017

Seven days

By Michael Soltys / Herald Staff
FRIDAY. The G20 summit in Hamburg kicks off with President Mauricio Macri blasting the current régime in Venezuela.

LAST WEEKEND. The G20 summit concludes with Macri playing a secondary role — United States President Donald Trump is very much the elephant in the room. The prison sentence of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López is commuted to house arrest. Iraq recovers its third city Mosul from Islamic State.

MONDAY. Macri returns from Germany.

TUESDAY. INDEC statistics bureau posts its first nationwide inflation figure — 1.2 percent for June.

WEDNESDAY. The last Congress session before winter recess but all news here pales against the bombshell from Brazil where ex-president Lula is convicted for graft. In the Antarctic a trillion-ton iceberg breaks free into the Weddell Sea.

THURSDAY. Police evict workers occupying the defunct Pepsico plant in Florida, sparking protests around the city. Macri phones López. The last day in office for three ministers (including Education’s Esteban Bullrich) and the Belgrano Plan’s José Cano before they turn into election candidates as from today.

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