The following lists events that happened in Argentina in 2016.


See also:Other events of 2016
List of years in Argentina

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President Mauricio Macri (right) salutes the British Prime Minister David Cameron (left) at the World Economic Forum.

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  • 23-24: State Visit of Barack Obama, President of the United States of America.

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  • 3: More than 300 thousand people attended the protest of #NiUnaMenos, which took place mainly in Buenos Aires but was also repeated throughout the whole country.
  • 15-16: Mauricio Macri visited Colombia in the form of a State Visit.
  • 17: 195th Anniversary of the Death of Martín Miguel de Güemes, a national holiday was made for the occasion.

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  • 2-6: Mauricio Macri went on a European Tour, having visited Paris (where he met President François Hollande), Brussels (where he met Donald Tusk as well as King Philippe and Queen Mathilde), and Berlin (where he met President Joachim Gauck and Chancellor Angela Merkel).
  • 6: The National Congress had its formal session in the City of Tucumán for the first time in its history, as part of the celebrations for the Bicentennial of the Declaration of Independence.
  • 9: Bicentennial of the Declaration of Independence of Argentina. The main celebrations were held in the City of Tucumán.
  • 10: Celebrations for the Bicentennial of the Declaration of Independence were held in Buenos Aires.
  • 29: State Visit of Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico.

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  • 7-9: Official Visit of Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations.

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  • 1: Argentina assumes the pro-tempore Presidency of the Mercosur after the suspension of Venezuela from the organization.
  • 16: State Visit of Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile.
  • 21: Isela Costantini resigns as CEO of Aerolíneas Argentinas.
  • 26: Alfonso Prat-Gay, Minister of Treasury and Public Finances, announces his resignation.
  • 31: Alfonso Prat-Gay makes effective his resignation.

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