List of current Argentine deputies

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This is a list of current Argentine Deputies - members of the Argentine Chamber of Deputies - arranged by the province they represent and by party block.

Composition[edit]

Chamber of Deputies of Argentina*
(as of March 10, 2010)
Party blocs * Seats Party blocs Seats
PJ - Front for Victory (FPV)
87
Radical Civic Union (UCR)
42
PJ Federal Peronism
29
Civic Coalition (CC-ARI)
19
Republican Proposal (PRO)
11
Civic Front for Santiago
7
PJ Peronism without bosses
6
Socialist Party
6
Generation for a National Encounter
5
Proyecto Sur
5
New Popular and Social Encounter
5
Neuquén People's Movement (MPN)
3
Civic Front Cordoba
3
Solidarity and Equality (SI)
3
PJ Federal Peronist Movement
2
Concertation
2
Federal Córdoba
2
Civic and Social Front of Catamarca
2
Free of the South Movement
2
PJ of La Pampa
2
Federal Consensus
1
Progressive Project of Tierra del Fuego
1
FORJA
1
PJ of Jujuy
1
Salta Renewal Party
1
Democratic Party of Mendoza
1
Democratic Progressive Party
1
Dialogue for Buenos Aires
1
Fueguino Federal Party
1
Liberal Party of Corrientes
1
We all are Salta
1
Values for my country
1
Front for Everyone
1
PJ Federal Peronist Front
1
257 members

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Party alignments (as of March 10, 2010)[edit]

Pro-government group (Front for Victory and allies): (114)

  • Front for Victory: (87)

PJ - Front for Victory: (87): María Julia Acosta, Hilda Aguirre Soria, Oscar Albrieu, Germán Alfaro, Antonio Alizegui, Octavio Arguello, Raúl Barrandeguy, Nora Bedano, Eugenia Bernal, Rosana Bertone, Gloria Bidegain, Blanca Blanco de Peralta, Mariel Calchaquí, Remo Carlotto, Graciela Caselles, Jorge Cejas, María Chieno, Rosa Chiquichano, Luis Cigogna, Diana Conti, Stella Maris Córdoba, Viviana Damilano Gravilano, Alfredo Dato, Graciela De la Rosa, Edgardo Depetri, Juliana Di Tullio, Susana Díaz, José María Díaz Bancalari, Juan Carlos Díaz Roig, Patricia Fadel, Omar Felix, Eduardo Fellner, (Luis Fernández Basualdo), Margarita Ferra de Bartol, Paulina Fiol, Miriam Gallardo, Teresa García, Graciela Giannettasio, Juan Carlos Gioja, Juan González, Ruperto Godoy, Nancy González, Dulce Granados, Dante Gullo, Juan Manuel Irrazábal, Beatriz Korenfeld, Carlos Kunkel, Jorge Landau, María Laura Leguizamón, Stella Maris Leverberg, Ermindo Llanos, Tiomoteo Llera, Rafael López, Juan Carlos Lorges, Gustavo Marconato, Sandra Mendoza, Dalmacio Mera, Antonio Morante, Carlos “Cuto” Moreno, Carmen Nebreda, Juan País, Alberto Paredes Urquiza, Ariel Pasini, Guillermo Pereyra, Hugo Perié, Julia Perié, Inés Pilatti Vergara, Francisco Plaini, Adriana Puiggros, Marta Quinteros, Héctor Recalde, Silvia Risko, Evaristo Rodríguez, Agustín Rossi, Alejandro Rossi, Ramón Ruiz, Juan Salim, Rubén Sciutto, Adela Segarra, Juan Carlos Sluga, Héctor Tomas, Gerónimo Vargas Aignasse, José Vilariño, Mariano West, Rodolfo Yarade, Jorge Yoma, Alex Ziegler.

  • Allies: (26)

Civic Front for Santiago (7): Norma Abdala de Matarazzo, Daniel Brue, José Herrera, Ana Luna de Marcos, Cristian Oliva, Mirta Pastoriza, Jorge Pérez.

New Popular and Social Encounter (5): Sergio Basteiro, Carlos Heller, Vilma Ibarra, Jorge Rivas, Martín Sabbatella.

Neuquén People's Movement (3): José Brillo, Alicia Comelli, Olga Guzmán.

PJ - Federal Peronist Movement (2): Patricia Gardella, Julio Ledesma.

Concertation (2): Héctor Álvaro, Hugo Prieto.

Federal Córdoba (2): Francisco Fortuna, Estela Garnero.

FORJA (1): Silvia Vázquez.

Federal Consensus (1): Juan Carlos Scalesi.

Front for Everyone (Corrientes) (1): Maria Areta.

Progressive Project (ARI-Tierra del Fuego) (1): Nélida Belous

PJ of Jujuy (1): Mario Martiarena.

Salta Renewal Party (1): Mónica Torfe.

Non-Officialist blocks: (143)

  • Centrist Opposition: (105)

Radical Civic Union (42): Oscar Aguad, Ricardo Alfonsín, Elsa Álvarez, Jorge Álvarez, Lucio Aspiazu, Mario Barbieri, Atilio Benedetti, Ricardo Buryaile, Juan Casañas, Norah Castaldo, Hugo Castañon, Jorge Chemes, Eduardo Costa, Gustavo Cusinato, Hector Del Campillo, Norberto Erro, Gladys Espíndola, Hipólito Faustinelli, Rodolfo Fernández, Mario Fiad, Ulises Forte, Ricardo Gil Lavedra, Miguel Angel Giubergia, Silvana Giudici, Mariana Juri, Daniel Katz, Eduardo Kenny, Rubén Lanceta, Ricardo Mansur, Julio Martínez, Heriberto Martínez Oddone, Pablo Orsolini, Sergio Pinto, Agustín Portela, Horacio Quiroga, Sandra Rioboó, Gustavo Serebrinsky, María Storani, Silvia Storni, Juan Tunessi, Carlos Urlich, Mariana Veaute.

PJ - Federal Peronism (29): Walter Agosto, (César Albrisi), Eduardo Amadeo, Celia Arena, Alfredo Atanasof, Ivana Bianchi, Carlos Carranza, María Cristina Cremer de Busti, Beatriz Daher, Francisco de Narváez, Gustavo Ferrari, Juan Carlos Forconi, Natalia Gambaro, Adriana García, Daniel Germano, Eduardo Ibarra, Mario Merlo, Roberto Mouilleron, Jorge Obeid, Sergio Pansa, Alberto Pérez, Ramón Puerta, Raúl Rivara, Lorena Rossi, Claudia Rucci, Felipe Solá, Enrique Thomas, Nora Videla, Gustavo Zavallo.

Civic Coalition (19): Griselda Baldata, Patricia Bullrich, Elisa Carca, Elisa Carrió, Carlos Comi, Alfonso Prat Gay, Héctor "Toti" Flores, Susana García, Fernanda Gil Lozano, Fernando Iglesias, Juan Carlos Moran, Adrián Pérez, Héctor Piemonte, Elsa Quiroz, Hilma Re, Fernanda Reyes, Marcela Rodríguez, Alicia Terada, Juan Carlos Vega.

PJ - Peronism without bosses (6): Juan José Álvarez, Graciela Camaño, Oscar Currilen, Marcelo López Arias, Jorge Montoya, Manuel Morejón.

Córdoba Civic Front (3): Gumersindo Alonso, Ernesto Martínez, Susana Mazzarella.

PJ of La Pampa (2): María Cristina Regazzoli, Roberto Robledo.

Catamarca Civic and Social Front (2): Raúl Paroli, Pedro Molas.

PJ - Federal Peronist Front (1): Walter Wayar.

We all are Salta (1): Alfredo Olmedo.

Fueguino Federal Party (1): Liliana Fadul.


  • Center-right Opposition: (16)

Republican Proposal (11): Laura Alonso, Paula Bertol, Esteban Bullrich, Gladys González, Christian Gribaudo, Silvia Majdalani, Soledad Martínez, Gabriela Michetti, Federico Pinedo, Lidia “Pinky” Satragno, Jorge Triaca (h).

Values for my country (1): Cynthia Hotton.

Mendoza Democratic Party (1): Omar De Marchi.

Democratic Progressive Party (1): Carlos Favario.

Liberal Party of Corrientes (1): José Arbo.

  • Centre-left Opposition: (11)

Socialist Party (6): Miguel Ángel Barrios, Alicia Ciciliani, Roy Cortina, Ricardo Cuccovillo, Mónica Fein, Lisandro Viale.

Generation for a National Encounter (GEN) (5): Horacio Alcuaz, Virginia Linares, Gerardo Milman, Fabián Peralta, Margarita Stolbizer.

  • Left-wing opposition: (11)

Proyecto Sur (5): Alcira Argumedo, Jorge Cardelli, Claudio Lozano, Liliana Parada, Fernando “Pino” Solanas.

Solidarity and Equality (3): Verónica Benas, Nora Iturraspe, Eduardo Macaluse

Free of the South Movement (2): Victoria Donda, Cecilia Merchán

Dialogue for Buenos Aires (1): Miguel Bonasso

List of current Deputies[edit]

City of Buenos Aires[edit]

Buenos Aires Province[edit]

Catamarca Province[edit]

Chaco Province[edit]

Chubut Province[edit]

Córdoba Province[edit]

Corrientes Province[edit]

Entre Ríos Province[edit]

Formosa Province[edit]

Jujuy Province[edit]

La Pampa Province[edit]

La Rioja Province[edit]

Mendoza Province[edit]

Misiones Province[edit]

Neuquén Province[edit]

Río Negro Province[edit]

Salta Province[edit]

San Juan Province[edit]

San Luis Province[edit]

Santa Cruz Province[edit]

Santa Fe Province[edit]

Santiago del Estero Province[edit]

Tierra del Fuego Province[edit]

Tucumán Province[edit]

2009 election[edit]

e • d Summary of the 28 June 2009 Argentine National Congress election results
Coalitions and parties Chamber of Deputies of the Nation:
127 out of 257 seats
Senate of the Nation:
24 out of 72 seats
Votes % Deputies Votes % Senators
Justicialist Party 2,778,326 14.50% 19
Front for Victory 1,679,084 8.80% 14
Justicialist Front 415,404 2.20% 6 -
Others 1,018,515 5.30% 8 -
Total Kirchnerism (Left-wing peronism) 5,891,330 30.80% 47 8
Civic and Social Agreement 3,794,853 19.80% 28 -
Radical Civic Union 639,818 3.30% 4 -
Front for Everyone 381,067 2.00% 3 -
Others 734,009 3.84% 6
Total Civic and Social Agreement (Radicalism center-left) 5,549.,747 28.94% 41 14
Republican Proposal (Liberal-conservatism and
right-wing factions opposed to Kirchner)
3,391,391 17.70% 20 0
Proyecto Sur 437,634 2.30% 4
New Encounter 402,502 2.10% 2
Others 255,566 1.30% -
Total Left-wing (Socialism) 1,092,702 5.70% 6 0
Others parties 3,208,917 16.77% 13 2
Total 19,134,087   127 24'
Registered voters 27,797,930
Votes cast 20,123,715
Invalid votes 989,628 4.90%
Sources: Adam Carr's Website [2]

Be aware that parties operate under various labels and alliances in the provinces.

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