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The historic voting regarding the decriminalization of abortion is just one day away, and as it rarely happens in Argentine legislative processes, the result is still completely uncertain. Since parties have allowed their deputies to vote in accordance with their …

The National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET) presented to the Ministry of Interior a critical report on the Unique Electronic Ballot (Boleta Única Electrónica)

The report is not only controversial because the government considers it to be …

Justice Minister Julio Alak has announced that 79 percent of the electorate voted in today’s elections, up five percent from August’s primary elections in what is a “very high” figure in terms of electoral turnout.

He also congratulated the various

Chances are that if you’re reading this, you can’t vote in Argentina. But for those of you who can and are unsure of where to go on Sunday to do it, we’ve got you covered!

This handy finder from the

It can be difficult at times, to fully understand the Argentine electoral process.

Weird expressions such as ballot captains (sadly, these are not actually superheroes), outdated terms such as telegrams (what is this, 1915?) or even untranslatable ones like fiscales

It’s an electoral year, and the presidential vote is just one of many appointments voters will have with the ballots. Like porteños, who are likely to exercise this mandatory right six times before the end of the year.

There are …