Mónica Troadello

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Mónica Troadello
Argentine Senator
from Mendoza Province
In office
December 10, 2007 – December 10, 2009
Preceded by Celso Jaque
Succeeded by Rolando Bermejo
Personal details
Born 1955
Nationality Argentine
Political party Justicialist Party
Profession Lawyer

Mónica Troadello (born 1955) is an Argentine politician and a member of the Justicialist Party. She is a former Senator for Mendoza Province and was part of the majority Front for Victory parliamentary group.

Troadello, a lawyer by profession, had served at the provincial Irrigation Department since 1997. A former follower of José Octavio Bordón, she was attracted to active politics by Carlos Abihaggle, former candidate for the governorship of Mendoza.[1]

Troadello entered the Senate in 2007 to complete the term of Celso Jaque who had been elected Governor of Mendoza. She had been third on the list for the Justicialists in the 2005 elections.[2]

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