List of current Argentine senators


List of current Argentine senators

This is a list of current Argentine Senators - members of the Argentine Senate - arranged alphabetically by the province they represent.

Composition

Senate of Argentina
(as of January 2008) [http://www.senado.gov.ar/web/informacion/legislativo/senado/bloques/cuerpo1.php]
Party blocsSeatsParty blocsSeats
PJ Front for Victory
42
Radical Civic Union
8
Civic Coalition
2
Support for an Egalitarian Republic
2
Civic Front for Santiago
2
Civic and Social Front of Catamarca
2
San Luis Justicialist Party
2
Republican Force Tucumán
2
Plural Consensus
2
Alliance New Front
1
Neuquino People's Movement
1
New Party Corrientes
1
PJ Federalism and Freedom
1
Production and Labour
1
Justicialist for Dialogue with Argentines
1
Salta Renewal Party
1
Socialist Party
1


"72 members"

List of current Senators

* Appointed to replace Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner upon her election as President, has taken leave of absence as of 2008 to join government as junior minister
Appointed to replace Celso Jaque upon his election as governor
Appointed to replace Maurice Closs upon his election as governor
Appointed to fill seat vacant since August 2006 due to appointment of Alicia Kirchner as government minister
# Appointed to replace Ricardo Bussi following his resignation to become a state legislator

2005 election

ee also

*List of current Argentine Deputies
*List of former Argentine Senators

External links

* [http://www.senado.gov.ar/web/senadores/senadores.php Argentine Senate senators' profiles]


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