The Casa Rosada has reported that President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner will undergo neurological tests and scans Friday night, the results of which will be available to the public as of Saturday morning. The president is expected to receive the all-clear from doctors to return to her presidential duties this weekend.
Friday marked the one-month mark since the president underwent a last-minute operation to remove a subdural hematoma. She has been resting since then and has not been seen in public. Vice-president Amado Boudou has been working as the acting president since the operation.
According to latest reports, President Fernández will return to work in a progressive manner, initially based in the official residency in Olivos and in a limited capacity, without public events or air travel until further notice.