List of Provisional Presidents of Argentine Senate

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Provisional President of the Argentine Senate
Presidente Provisional de la Cámara de Senadores de la Nación
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Incumbent
Gerardo Zamora

since February 28, 2014
Term length One year, renewable
Inaugural holder José Acevedo[1]
Formation Argentine Constitution of 1853
Deputy Juan Carlos Marino, First Vice President
Website Honorable Senado de la Nación

List of Provisional Presidents of the Argentine Senate.

The Provisional President of the Senate is the highest-ranking official in the Upper House barring the presence of the titular President of the Senate, the Vice President of Argentina. The Provisional President of the Senate is second in the line of succession to the Presidency in Argentina. This official is elected by his or her peers at the outset of each legislative year, which per governing statutes takes place during the first ten days of December. Minority parties in the chamber elect three Vice Presidents.[2]

Name Entered office Left office Party
José Acevedo 1855 1856 Unitarian Party
Tomás Guido 1856 1858 Unitarian Party
Mariano Fragueiro 1858 1858 Unitarian Party
Pascual Echagüe 1858 1859 Federal Party
Manuel Leiva 1859 1860 Unitarian Party
Pascual Echagüe 1860 1861 Federal Party
Nicolás Calvo 1861 1862 Federal Party
Marcos Paz 1862 1862 Liberal Party
Valentín Alsina 1862 1864 Unitarian Party
Pedro Ferré 1864 1865 Federal Party
Valentín Alsina 1865 1869 Unitarian Party
Salustiano Zavalía 1869 1870 Unitarian Party
Manuel Quintana 1870 1875 Autonomist Party
Wenceslao Díaz Colodrero 1875 1876 National Autonomist Party
Dardo Rocha 1876 1878 National Autonomist Party
Benjamín Paz 1878 1880 National Autonomist Party
Aristóbulo del Valle 1880 1881 National Autonomist Party
Benjamín Paz 1881 1883 National Autonomist Party
Antonino Cambaceres 1883 1889 National Autonomist Party
Julio Roca 1889 1890 National Autonomist Party
Manuel Derqui 1890 1891 National Autonomist Party
Miguel Nougués 1891 1892 National Autonomist Party
Julio Roca 1892 1892 National Autonomist Party
Mariano Varela 1892 1893 National Autonomist Party
José Gálvez 1893 1894 National Autonomist Party
Leonidas Echagüe 1894 1895 National Autonomist Party
Julio Roca 1895 1898 National Autonomist Party
Bartolomé Mitre 1898 1902 National Autonomist Party
José Evaristo Uriburu 1902 1905 National Autonomist Party
Félix Uriburu 1905 1906 National Autonomist Party
Benito Villanueva 1906 1908 National Autonomist Party
José Evaristo Uriburu 1908 1909 National Autonomist Party
Benito Villanueva 1909 1910 National Autonomist Party
Domingo Pérez 1910 1910 National Autonomist Party
Antonio del Pino 1910 1911 National Autonomist Party
Benito Villanueva 1911 1922 National Autonomist Party
Leopoldo Melo 1922 1928 Antipersonalist Radical Civic Union
Luis Etchevehere 1928 1930 Antipersonalist Radical Civic Union
Robustiano Patrón Costas 1932 1943 National Democratic Party
Ernesto Bavio 1946 1947 Radical Civic Union/Renewal Movement
Alberto Teisaire 1947 1953 Peronist Party
Alberto Iturbe 1953 1954 Peronist Party
Ramón Albariño 1954 1955 Peronist Party
José María Guido March 31, 1958 March 30, 1962 Intransigent Radical Civic Union
Eduardo Gamond August 12, 1963 June 28, 1966 People's Radical Civic Union
Alejandro Díaz Bialet May 3, 1973 July 13, 1973 Justicialist Party
José Antonio Allende July 13, 1973 April 25, 1975 Christian Democratic Party
Ítalo Lúder July 8, 1975 March 24, 1976 Justicialist Party
Edison Otero November 29, 1983 May 31, 1989 Radical Civic Union
Eduardo Menem May 31, 1989 December 1, 1999 Justicialist Party
José Genoud December 1, 1999 October 9, 2000 Radical Civic Union
Mario Losada October 11, 2000 December 10, 2001 Radical Civic Union
Ramón Puerta December 10, 2001 December 30, 2001 Justicialist Party
Juan Carlos Maqueda January 4, 2002 December 27, 2002 Justicialist Party
José Luis Gioja December 27, 2002 December 4, 2003 Justicialist Party
Marcelo Guinle December 4, 2003 February 22, 2006 Justicialist Party, Front for Victory
José Pampuro February 22, 2006 November 30, 2011 Justicialist Party, Front for Victory
Beatriz Rojkés de Alperovich November 30, 2011 February 28, 2014 Justicialist Party, Front for Victory
Gerardo Zamora February 28, 2014 Present Civic Front for Santiago

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nueva Historia de la Nación Argentina. Volúmen 10. Academia Nacional de la Historia Argentina. 2003. p. 339. 
  2. ^ "Información sobre el Poder Legislativo". Cámara de Senadores de la Nación.