Argentines Voted in the parliamentary elections this Sunday, November 14th Medieval, important Central-left Peronist government From Alberto Fernandez, Who seeks to retain a majority in the Senate, thereby ensuring the rule of office for the next two years.
About 34.3 million people are allowed to vote in these elections, the official results of which will begin at 9:00 pm (local time) and will be released three hours after the close of voting.
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What is happening this Sunday in the populous city of Buenos Aires, with 60% of the voter list and the historic stronghold of the Peronist ruling party, is significant, after a setback by the government in the September primaries. The capital and other major cities are in the hands of the opposition. Of the 257 seats in the House of Representatives, 127 were renewed, with the ruling Frente de Todos holding the first minority.
In the Senate, chaired by influential Vice President Christina Kirschner, 24 of the 72 seats were renewed. The government is playing a majority of the 41 senators since Fernandez’s term began in December 2019, compared to the 25 seats in the center – right coalition of former President Mauricio Macri (2015-19). Resistance.
This is an improvement on the number of votes cast for the 2021 election
As of 4:00 pm this Sunday, 60% of voters have already voted on the voter list and turnout is higher than at PASO, according to the National Election Commission. Until then, 11% more citizens had deposited their ballots in the ballot box than in the simultaneous and compulsory open primary election.
On the other hand, local media reported that the Jundos Front had condemned the abuses that took place in various cities in the province of Buenos Aires, especially in La Plata, Lanos, Quilms and Pilar.
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How will the Chamber of Representatives and Senators be formed?
The House of Representatives is updating 127 seats, with current numbers, to be distributed as follows:
– Together for change: 116 delegates
– In front of everyone: 118 delegates
– Third way: 7 delegates
– Left: 4 delegates
– Others: 12 delegates
Senators Room 24 seats upgraded, results released:
– Together for change: 31 senators
– In front of everyone: 35 senators
Javier Milei celebrates the results and rejects the conversation with the government
Javier Milei thanked his constituents and described his party’s decision as a “historic achievement”. Avanza Libertad finished third in Buenos Aires with 17 points.
Right-wingers also testified about the recorded message of Argentine President Alberto Fernandez and rejected the conversation.
“We have already told the tyrant Alberto Fernandez that we will not sit down for talks,” the Libertarian candidate said.
Message from Alberto Fernandez after the defeat of the ruling party
Today, President Alberto Fernandez confirmed to Argentina that “the most difficult phase ends with this election” and that “the second phase begins” in a message recorded from the House of Olivos.
“It simply came to our notice then. (…) I have made a mistake and it is my duty to learn, ”the President said in his speech.
Senator of Jundos in Crdoba: “We have won in almost all poor neighborhoods”
“In a province that has grown to a shameful number of poverty and misery, thank them for not allowing (..) to test themselves. In many of those neighborhoods and cities, the people of Crdoba received what they were given and voted for this unit list, ”said Louis Juice, a candidate for the Cardovan National Senator for Together for Change.
Unity for change is imposed at the forefront of everyone by the minimum difference in PPA
According to preliminary data released by the Interior Ministry, with 76.44% of the vote polled, Jundos won by less than 2 points over Freunde de Todos in Buenos Aires.
The list, led by Diego Chandili, Grace Ogana and Fagundo Manes, recorded 40.05% of the vote, while the official pay received 38.41%.
Mauricio Macri arrives at the Jundos Battle El Cambio bunker
At around 8.30pm (local time), former President Mauricio Macri arrived at the Jundos Bor El Cambio bunker with his wife, Juliana Avada.
Meanwhile, Maria Eugenia Vidal, the National Deputy First Candidate for the City of Buenos Aires, is preparing to deliver a speech on the outdoor stage.
Christina Kirschner did not vote and will wait for the results at home
After surgery to remove a laparoscopic hysterectomy on November 4, Christina Kirschner did not travel to Santa Cruz, southern Argentina, to vote on a medical recommendation.
In addition, Kirschner pointed out that they should “rest” so that the FDT would not go to the bunker “as he wished”.
Results will begin airing at 9:00 p.m.
Eduardo “Wado” de Pedro, the interior minister, gave a press conference in which he announced that the planned participation would reach 71%.
“We understand that we will start delivering the results of the provisional study starting at 9pm and, if possible, a little earlier,” the minister said.
Voting ends with more than 60% of the voter list
Elections ended with more participation than simultaneous and compulsory open primary elections (PASO).
64.5% have already released the voter list
At 5:00 p.m., they said 64.5% of voters had already voted, according to the National Electoral Commission.
According to STEP, the distance was reduced to 5 percentage points as 59.5% voted simultaneously on the voter list.
The National Electoral Commission said 51% of voters in the National Register had already voted
By this time (4:00 pm) 60% of the national voter list had already voted, according to the National Election Commission.
With this, El Paso overtook the election, in which 49% of those eligible qualified to vote at the same time.
How was the ruling party of Alberto Fernandez?
In a forced referendum for more than 34 million voters, nearly half of the lower house seats are up for grabs in these elections and one-third of the seats in the Senate. Danger to the government of President Alberto Fernandez – If his party loses this election, it will lose a majority in the Senate and be the first minority in the House of Representatives.
There has been no statement so far on what the ruling party’s vision is.
Did Javier Milei get the expected votes?
Election event and candidate Javier Miley, National Vice-Chancellor of Buenos Aires, Voted this morning at UTN (National University of Technology) headquarters in Avenida Metrono, 951 in the Almacro neighborhood. After leaving, he issued statements on the economic situation in the country and pointed out that “the situation in Argentina is very mild.”
“The economic imbalances are so great that we are on the brink of something worse than ‘Rodriguez’,” he predicted, referring to the 1975 crisis and the unleashing of the then-economic minister Celestino Rodrigo’s adjustment plan.
The economist was optimistic about the day, with no report yet on his vote. “I’m calm because I think we’re done a great job. I’m a florist and the only thing I can believe is the end, so we ‘re going to see what numbers the night brings us,” he said.
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