Civic and Social Front of Catamarca

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Civic and Social Front of Catamarca
Frente Cívico y Social de Catamarca
President Eduardo Brizuela del Moral
Founded 1991
Headquarters Catamarca, Argentina
Ideology Radicalism
Socialism
Social democracy
Political position Centre-left
National affiliation Cambiemos
Members Radical Civic Union, Socialist Party, Republican Proposal, Civic Coalition ARI, Movilización, Nuevo Espacio de Opinión, Partido Fe
Argentine Chamber of Deputies
1 / 257
Argentine Senate
1 / 72
Catamarca Chamber of Deputies
18 / 41
Catamarca Senate
3 / 16

The Civic and Social Front of Catamarca (Spanish: Frente Cívico y Social de Catamarca) is a provincial political party in Argentina.

The front was formed in 1991 by the Catamarcan branch of the Radical Civic Union and minor local parties. Since then it has held the governor's house in Catamarca, first with Arnoldo Castillo (1991-1999), then with his son Oscar Castillo (1999-2003), and now with the present governor, Eduardo Brizuela del Moral.