Argentine general election, 1983


Argentine general election, 1983

Argentina held presidential and national parliamentary elections in 1983.

Registered voters: 17,929,951 Percentage of registered voters voting: 85.61

Electoral system: Proportional representation by districts according to the D'Hondt method. Seats are divided among those lists of candidates from parties or electoral alliances that obtain at least 3% of the electoral census or working electoral of the district.

Candidates For President

*Former Deputy Raúl Alfonsín of Buenos Aires
*Former Senator Italo Luder of Santa Fe
*Former Governor Óscar Alende of Buenos Aires

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