The promises in question come from the Cambiemos leader's declarations during the 2015 presidential debate prior to that year's run-off, in which the former Buenos Aires City mayor defeated Daniel Scioli.
"With this initiative we seek to provide more evidence about how much of what is promised in presidential campaigns is delivered, " said Chequeado's Director Laura Zommer.
Among the most well-known promises delivered by the then-candidate were bringing inflation down to one digit by the end of his term in office and his vow to deliver "zero poverty" in Argentina.
In addition, there were promises such as "build 3,000 kindergartens" for children, which were to be paid for by a long-trailed vow to eliminate the controversial Fútbol para Todos broadcasting scheme, which former president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner introduced during her administration to ensure all top-division football in Argentina was free-to-air.
Of the 20 promises logged by Chequeado from the debate, only two were fulfilled, according to the fact-checking site.
Those were promises that the Macri administration would promote a whistleblower's law (in order to tackle corruption) and extend those who qualify for the Asignación Universal por Hijo (AUH) social payment and include the children of freelance/self-employed workers. The government extended the AUH to the children of the monotributistas in its first six months.