When was Argentina’s last election?

Who won Argentina’s presidential elections 2019?

Former Cabinet Chief Alberto Fernández of Frente de Todos defeated incumbent president Mauricio Macri of Juntos por el Cambio, exceeding the threshold to win the presidency in a single round. Macri became the first incumbent president in Argentine history to be defeated in his reelection bid.

Who won Argentina’s 1999 presidential election?

1999 Argentine general election

Nominee Fernando de la Rúa Eduardo Duhalde
Party Radical Civic Union Justicialist Party
Alliance Alliance for Work, Justice and Education Justicialist Consensus for Change
Running mate Carlos Álvarez Ramón Ortega
States carried 19 + CABA 4

Does Argentina hold elections?

At the national level, Argentina elects a head of state (the President) and a legislature. The franchise extends to all citizens aged 16 and over, and voting is mandatory (with a few exceptions) for all those who are between 18 and 70 years of age.

How often is the president of Argentina elected?

President of Argentina

President of the Argentine Nation
Residence Casa Rosada (government office) Quinta presidencial de Olivos (official residence)
Appointer Direct election
Term length Four years, renewable once consecutively
Constituting instrument Constitution of Argentina

When was Argentina founded?

Spanish is the national language, although in Argentina it is spoken in several accents and has absorbed many words from other languages, especially Italian. Numerous foreign languages and dialects can be heard, from Basque and Sicilian to Welsh and Gaelic.

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At what age one gets a right to vote?

The Sixty-first Amendment of the Constitution of India, officially known as The Constitution (Sixty-first Amendment) Act, 1988, lowered the voting age of elections to the Lok Sabha and to the Legislative Assemblies of States from 21 years to 18 years.

Is Argentina unicameral or bicameral?

The Argentine National Congress is bicameral, composed of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies.

What is the population of Argentina 2021?

Population in Argentina is expected to reach 45.85 Million by the end of 2021, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. In the long-term, the Argentina Population is projected to trend around 46.30 Million in 2022 and 46.80 Million in 2023, according to our econometric models.

How many female presidents has Argentina had?

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner became the second female president of Argentina, and the first one directly elected as such (Isabel Martínez de Perón was elected as vice president, and became president after the death of Juan Domingo Perón).