The government of Córdoba confirmed this Monday that the next provincial elections, in which the governor, lieutenant governor and legislators will be elected, will be held
on Sunday, June 25.
The governor of Córdoba, Juan Schiaretti, signed the decree that establishes the date of the provincial elections.
He had until March 27 to fix the day.
In addition to the governor and vice president,
44 titular provincial legislators and 22 alternates
will be elected .
26 legislators will also be elected, one for each of the departments that make up the provincial geography.
In the case of the Court of Accounts,
three regular members and three substitutes will be elected.
The space of "We do for Córdoba" (HxC), led by Governor Juan Schiaretti, has already launched the current mayor of the capital Martín Llaryora as a candidate to succeed him, because the current president is serving his second term and cannot run for a third period for the limit established by local electoral legislation.
The governor of Córdoba has presidential aspirations.
Together for Change (JxC), which expected to know the date to advance with the candidacies, presents Luis Juez and Rodrigo de Loredo as the two main applicants.
While the Frente de Todos (FdT) had decided to participate in the contest with its own candidates, who have not yet been announced.
The decree "reaffirms the exercise of local federalism, enshrined in our Constitution and in the National Constitution, for which reason the most important electoral act in the province is called separately from the national elections."
He adds that the electoral process will be carried out with the "single ballot voting system in force in Córdoba, a system that is positioned at the forefront of those that govern the entire country."
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