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Intermediate elections in Argentina, minute by minute

2021-11-14T10:57:34.606Z

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What is at stake in Deputies?

By Nacho Girón

Nacho Girón explains what the situation is in the Chamber of Deputies, where the government of Alberto Fernández will seek to obtain a majority.

Elections: what is renewed in the Chamber of Deputies?

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2 hours ago

Government measures to reverse the adverse results of September

By Iván Pérez Sarmenti

The measures of the Argentine government to win in November 2:38

20 mins ago

What you should know about the midterm elections

This Sunday, November 14, the general intermediate elections are held in Argentina.

In these elections, Argentines must elect the candidates to renew 127 of the 257 seats in the Chamber of Deputies and 24 of the 54 seats in the Chamber of Senators.

Previously, on September 12, the Simultaneous and Compulsory Open Primaries (PASO) were held, a first stage of the election, in which each party presented different candidates for the positions.

In that instance, the citizens defined with their vote which of all those candidates should be the candidate chosen for the general election, which is the second stage of the process.

This year, the electoral roll registers 34,332,992 people qualified to vote, according to the Ministry of the Interior.

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Source: cnnespanol

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