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Current Argentine senators


Senate of Argentina
(as of March 2010)
 
Party blocsSeatsParty blocsSeats
PJ - Front for Victory (FPV)
32
Radical Civic Union (UCR)
14
New Encounter
2
Civic and Social Front of Catamarca
2
PJ8th October
2
Córdoba Civic Front
2
PJ of San Luis
2
PJ of La Pampa
2
PJFederal Santa Fe
2
Civic Coalition (CC-ARI)
1
Liberal Party of Corrientes
1
Neuquino People's Movement (MPN)
1
Front for Everyone
1
PJFederalism and Freedom
1
Production and Labour
1
Federal Buenos Aires Project
1
Salta Renewal Party
1
Civic Front for Santiago
1
PJLabour and Dignity
1
Socialist Party
1
PJDialogue 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

SenatorPartyProvince BlockFirst took
office
Current term
expires
 Fernando SolanasProyecto Sur Buenos Aires cityUNEN20132019
 Diego SantilliRepublican ProposalUnion PRO20132019
 Gabriela MichettiRepublican ProposalUnion PRO20132019
 Aníbal FernándezFront for Victory23x15px Buenos Aires ProvinceJP-Front for Victory20112017
 María Laura LeguizamónFront for VictoryJP-Front for Victory20112017
 Jaime LinaresPartido GENBroad Progressive Front20112017
 Blanca María del Valle MonllauCivic and Social Front of Catamarca CatamarcaCivic and Social Front of Catamarca20092015
 Oscar CastilloCivic and Social Front of CatamarcaCivic and Social Front of Catamarca2003
First served 1996-99
2015
 Inés Blas de ZamoraFront for VictoryJP-Front for Victory20112015
 Eduardo AguilarChaco Deserves More - PJ23x15px ChacoFront for Victory20132019
 María Pilatti de VergaraChaco Deserves More - PJFront for Victory20132019
 Ángel RozasRadical Civic UnionRadical Civic Union20132019
 Graciela di PernaJusticialist Party23x15px ChubutPJLabour and Dignity20092015
 Mario CimadevillaRadical Civic UnionRadical Civic Union20092015
 Marcelo GuinleJusticialist PartyFront for Victory20012015
 Luis JuezCivic Front Alliance23x15px CórdobaCivic Front Alliance20092015
 Marta BorelloRadical Civic UnionRadical Civic Union20112015
 Norma MorandiniCivic Front AllianceCivic Front Alliance20092015
 Eugenio "Nito" ArtazaRadical Civic Union23x15px CorrientesRadical Civic Union20092015
 Josefina MeabeLiberal Party of CorrientesLiberal Party of Corrientes20092015
 José María RoldánFront for EveryoneFront for Everyone20092015
 Sigrid KunathJusticialist Party23x15px Entre RíosFront for Victory20132019
 Alfredo de AngeliRepublican ProposalUnion PRO20132019
 Pedro GuastavinoJusticialist PartyFront for Victory20072019
 Maria Graciela de La RosaFront for Victory23x15px FormosaJP-Front for Victory20112017
 Luis Petcoff NaidenoffRadical Civic UnionRadical Civic Union20052017
 José MayansFront for VictoryJP-Front for Victory20052017
 Gerardo MoralesFront of Jujuy23x15px JujuyRadical Civic Union20052017
 Walter BarrionuevoFront for VictoryJP-Front for Victory20112017
 Liliana FellnerFront for VictoryJP-Front for Victory20052017
 María HigonetJusticialist Party23x15px La PampaPJ La Pampa20092015
 Carlos VernaJusticialist PartyPJ La Pampa20092015
 Juan Carlos MarinoRadical Civic UnionRadical Civic Union20092015
 Hilda Clelia Aguirre de SoriaAlianza Frente Popular Riojano23x15px La RiojaPJ-Front for Victory20112017
 Carlos MenemAlianza Frente Popular RiojanoFederalism and Freedom20052017
 Mirtha M.T. LunaParty of VictoryPJ-Front for Victory20112017
 Laura MonteroFederal Civic Front23x15px MendozaRadical Civic Union20092015
 Ernesto SanzFederal Civic FrontRadical Civic Union20032015
 Rolando BermejoJusticialist PartyFront for Victory20092015
 Sandra GiménezFront for the Renewal of Concordia23x15px MisionesJP-Front for Victory20112017
 Salvador Cabral ArrecheaFront for the Renewal of ConcordiaJP-Front for Victory20112017
 Juan Manuel IrrazábalFront for VictoryJP-Front for Victory20112017
 Guillermo Juan PereyraNeuquino People's Movement23x15px NeuquénNeuquino People's Movement20132019
 Marcelo FuentesFront for VictoryFront for Victory20072019
 Lucila CrexellNeuquino People's MovementNeuquino People's Movement20132019
 Silvina García LarraburruJusticialist Party23x15px Río NegroFront for Victory20132019
 Miguel Ángel PichettoJusticialist PartyFront for Victory20012019
 Magdalena OdardaCivic CoalitionBroad Progressive Front20132019
 Juan Carlos RomeroJusticialist Party23x15px SaltaJusticialist8th October20072019
 Rodolfo UrtubeyFront for Victory - Salta Renewal PartySalta Renewal Party20132019
 María Cristina FioreFront for Victory - Salta Renewal PartySalta Renewal Party20132019
 Roberto BasualdoAlliance Front of Production and Labour23x15px San JuanAlliance Front of Production and Labour20052017
 Ruperto Eduardo GodoyFront for VictoryJP-Front for Victory20052017
 Marina RiofrioFront for VictoryJP-Front for Victory20052017
 Liliana Negre de AlonsoJusticialist Party23x15px San LuisJusticialist Front20052017
 Adolfo Rodríguez SaáJusticialist PartyJusticialist Front20052017
 Daniel PérsicoFront for VictoryJusticialist Party-Front for Victory20052017
 Alfredo MartínezRadical Civic Union23x15px Santa CruzRadical Civic Union20052017
 Pablo G. GonzálezFront for VictoryJusticialist Party-Front for Victory20112017
 María Esther LabadoFront for VictoryJusticialist Party-Front for Victory20112017
 Roxana LatorreJusticialist Party23x15px Santa FePJFederal Santa Fe20012015
 Rubén GiustinianiSocialist PartyBroad Progressive Front20032015
 Carlos ReutemannJusticialist PartyPJFederal Santa Fe2003
First served 1995-99
2015
 Gerardo ZamoraCivic Front for Santiago23x15px Santiago del EsteroJusticialist Party20132019
 Ada Del Valle IturrezCivic Front for SantiagoCivic Front for Santiago20072019
 Gerardo MontenegroPopular FrontFront for Victory20132019
 Jorge GarramuñoFueguino People's Movement23x15px Tierra del FuegoJusticialist Party20132019
 Julio Catalán MagniFront for VictoryJusticialist Party20132019
 Rosana BertoneFront for VictoryJusticialist Party20132019
 Beatriz Rojkés de AlperovichJusticialist Party23x15px TucumánFront for Victory20092015
 José Manuel CanoCivic and Social AgreementRadical Civic Union20092015
 Sergio MansillaJusticialist PartyFront for Victory20092015

2009 election

e • d Summary of the 28 June 2009 Argentine National Congress election results
Coalitions and partiesChamber of Deputies of the Nation:
127 out of 257 seats
Senate of the Nation:
24 out of 72 seats
Votes%DeputiesVotes%Senators
Justicialist Party2,778,32614.50%19


Front for Victory1,679,0848.80%14


Justicialist Front415,4042.20%6

-
Others1,018,5155.30%8

-
Total Kirchnerism (Left-wing factions of peronism)5,891,33030.80%47

8
Civic and Social Agreement3,794,85319.80%28

-
Radical Civic Union639,8183.30%4

-
Front for Everyone381,0672.00%3

-
Others734,0093.84%6


Total Civic and Social Agreement (Radicalism center-left)5,549.,74728.94%41

14
Republican Proposal (Liberal-conservatism and
right-wing factions opposed to Kirchner)
3,391,39117.70%20

0
Proyecto Sur437,6342.30%4


New Encounter402,5022.10%2


Others255,5661.30%-


Total Left-wing (Socialism)1,092,7025.70%6

0
Others parties3,208,91716.77%13

2
Total19,134,087 127

24
Registered voters27,797,930




Votes cast20,123,715




Invalid votes989,6284.90%



Sources: Adam Carr's Website[2]
Be aware that parties operate under various labels and alliances in the provinces.

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