List of current Argentine senators

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

Composition[edit]

Senate of Argentina
(as of March 2010)[1]
Party blocs Seats Party blocs Seats
PJ - Front for Victory (FPV)
32
Radical Civic Union (UCR)
14
New Encounter
2
Civic and Social Front of Catamarca
2
PJ 8th October
2
Córdoba Civic Front
2
PJ of San Luis
2
PJ of La Pampa
2
PJ Federal Santa Fe
2
Civic Coalition (CC-ARI)
1
Liberal Party of Corrientes
1
Neuquino People's Movement (MPN)
1
Front for Everyone
1
PJ Federalism and Freedom
1
Production and Labour
1
Federal Buenos Aires Project
1
Salta Renewal Party
1
Civic Front for Santiago
1
PJ Labour and Dignity
1
Socialist Party
1
PJ Dialogue for the Argentines
1
72 members

The Front of Victory block and allies have 38 votes (PJ - Front for Victory, New Encounter, Neuquino People's Movement (MPN), Civic Front for Santiago, Front for Everyone, and Salta Renewal Party); the sum of the various opposition blocks have 34 votes.

List of current Senators[edit]

Senator Party Province Block First took
office
Current term
expires
  Fernando Solanas Proyecto Sur  Buenos Aires city UNEN 2013 2019
  Diego Santilli Republican Proposal Union PRO 2013 2019
  Gabriela Michetti Republican Proposal Union PRO 2013 2019
  Aníbal Fernández Front for Victory  Buenos Aires Province JP-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  María Laura Leguizamón Front for Victory JP-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Jaime Linares Partido GEN Broad Progressive Front 2011 2017
  Blanca María del Valle Monllau Civic and Social Front of Catamarca  Catamarca Civic and Social Front of Catamarca 2009 2015
  Oscar Castillo Civic and Social Front of Catamarca Civic and Social Front of Catamarca 2003
First served 1996-99
2015
  Inés Blas de Zamora Front for Victory JP-Front for Victory 2011 2015
  Eduardo Aguilar Chaco Deserves More - PJ  Chaco Front for Victory 2013 2019
  María Pilatti de Vergara Chaco Deserves More - PJ Front for Victory 2013 2019
  Ángel Rozas Radical Civic Union Radical Civic Union 2013 2019
  Graciela di Perna Justicialist Party  Chubut PJ Labour and Dignity 2009 2015
  Mario Cimadevilla Radical Civic Union Radical Civic Union 2009 2015
  Marcelo Guinle Justicialist Party Front for Victory 2001 2015
  Luis Juez Civic Front Alliance  Córdoba Civic Front Alliance 2009 2015
  Marta Borello Radical Civic Union Radical Civic Union 2011 2015
  Norma Morandini Civic Front Alliance Civic Front Alliance 2009 2015
  Eugenio "Nito" Artaza Radical Civic Union  Corrientes Radical Civic Union 2009 2015
  Josefina Meabe Liberal Party of Corrientes Liberal Party of Corrientes 2009 2015
  José María Roldán Front for Everyone Front for Everyone 2009 2015
  Sigrid Kunath Justicialist Party  Entre Ríos Front for Victory 2013 2019
  Alfredo de Angeli Republican Proposal Union PRO 2013 2019
  Pedro Guastavino Justicialist Party Front for Victory 2007 2019
  Maria Graciela de La Rosa Front for Victory  Formosa JP-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Luis Petcoff Naidenoff Radical Civic Union Radical Civic Union 2005 2017
  José Mayans Front for Victory JP-Front for Victory 2005 2017
  Gerardo Morales Front of Jujuy  Jujuy Radical Civic Union 2005 2017
  Walter Barrionuevo Front for Victory JP-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Liliana Fellner Front for Victory JP-Front for Victory 2005 2017
  María Higonet Justicialist Party  La Pampa PJ La Pampa 2009 2015
  Carlos Verna Justicialist Party PJ La Pampa 2009 2015
  Juan Carlos Marino Radical Civic Union Radical Civic Union 2009 2015
  Hilda Clelia Aguirre de Soria Alianza Frente Popular Riojano  La Rioja PJ-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Carlos Menem Alianza Frente Popular Riojano Federalism and Freedom 2005 2017
  Mirtha M.T. Luna Party of Victory PJ-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Laura Montero Federal Civic Front  Mendoza Radical Civic Union 2009 2015
  Ernesto Sanz Federal Civic Front Radical Civic Union 2003 2015
  Rolando Bermejo Justicialist Party Front for Victory 2009 2015
  Sandra Giménez Front for the Renewal of Concordia  Misiones JP-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Salvador Cabral Arrechea Front for the Renewal of Concordia JP-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Juan Manuel Irrazábal Front for Victory JP-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Guillermo Pereyra Neuquino People's Movement  Neuquén Neuquino People's Movement 2013 2019
  Marcelo Fuentes Front for Victory Front for Victory 2007 2019
  Lucila Crexell Neuquino People's Movement Neuquino People's Movement 2013 2019
  Silvina García Larraburru Justicialist Party  Río Negro Front for Victory 2013 2019
  Miguel Ángel Pichetto Justicialist Party Front for Victory 2001 2019
  Magdalena Odarda Civic Coalition Broad Progressive Front 2013 2019
  Juan Carlos Romero Justicialist Party  Salta Justicialist 8th October 2007 2019
  Rodolfo Urtubey Front for Victory - Salta Renewal Party Salta Renewal Party 2013 2019
  María Cristina Fiore Front for Victory - Salta Renewal Party Salta Renewal Party 2013 2019
  Roberto Basualdo Alliance Front of Production and Labour  San Juan Alliance Front of Production and Labour 2005 2017
  Ruperto Eduardo Godoy Front for Victory JP-Front for Victory 2005 2017
  Marina Riofrio Front for Victory JP-Front for Victory 2005 2017
  Liliana Negre de Alonso Justicialist Party  San Luis Justicialist Front 2005 2017
  Adolfo Rodríguez Saá Justicialist Party Justicialist Front 2005 2017
  Daniel Pérsico Front for Victory Justicialist Party-Front for Victory 2005 2017
  Alfredo Martínez Radical Civic Union  Santa Cruz Radical Civic Union 2005 2017
  Pablo G. González Front for Victory Justicialist Party-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  María Esther Labado Front for Victory Justicialist Party-Front for Victory 2011 2017
  Roxana Latorre Justicialist Party  Santa Fe PJ Federal Santa Fe 2001 2015
  Rubén Giustiniani Socialist Party Broad Progressive Front 2003 2015
  Carlos Reutemann Justicialist Party PJ Federal Santa Fe 2003
First served 1995-99
2015
  Gerardo Zamora Civic Front for Santiago  Santiago del Estero Justicialist Party 2013 2019
  Ada Del Valle Iturrez Civic Front for Santiago Civic Front for Santiago 2007 2019
  Gerardo Montenegro Popular Front Front for Victory 2013 2019
  Jorge Garramuño Fueguino People's Movement  Tierra del Fuego Justicialist Party 2013 2019
  Julio Catalán Magni Front for Victory Justicialist Party 2013 2019
  Rosana Bertone Front for Victory Justicialist Party 2013 2019
  Beatriz Rojkés de Alperovich Justicialist Party  Tucumán Front for Victory 2009 2015
  José Manuel Cano Civic and Social Agreement Radical Civic Union 2009 2015
  Sergio Mansilla Justicialist Party Front for Victory 2009 2015

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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