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1948 Argentine Constituent Assembly election

Constituent Assembly elections were held in Argentina on 5 December 1948.[1] Peronistas dominated the election, winning 66% of the vote. Voter turnout was 74%.[2]

Results

Party Votes % Seats
Peronist Party (PP) 1,725,658 66.79 109
Radical Civic Union (UCR) 767,730 29.71 48
Communist Party (PC) 83,490 3.23
Labour Gathering Party (CO) 4,091 0.16
Independent Nationalist Party 1,659 0.06
Labour Party (PL) 790 0.03 1
Nationalist Liberation Alliance (ALN) 450 0.02
Total 2,583,868 100 158
Positive votes 2,583,868 91.35
Invalid/blank votes 114,776 4.06
Tally sheet differences 130,019 4.60
Total votes 2,828,663 100
Registered voters/turnout 3,807,326 74.30
Sources:[3][4][5][6]

Results by province

Province Peronist Radical Civic Union Others
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
Buenos Aires 501,259 67.85 28 215,404 29.16 14 22,151 3.00
Buenos Aires City 339,644 58.68 22 201,081 34.74 10 38,105 6.58
Catamarca 18,873 77.66 2 5,428 22.34
Córdoba 161,312 54.90 10 128,846 43.85 5 3,658 1.24
Corrientes 52,870 68.94 5 23,815 31.06 2
Entre Ríos 98,331 66.83 6 48,802 33.17 3
Jujuy 20,042 100 2
La Rioja 16,955 100 2
Mendoza 72,530 71.59 4 21,753 21.47 2 7,027 6.94
Salta 24,253 95.14 2 1,240 4.86 1
San Juan 37,096 76.51 2 8,412 17.35 1 2,975 6.14
San Luis 18,211 83.40 2 3,462 15.85 1 163 0.75
Santa Fe 216,622 70.43 13 80,206 26.08 6 10,741 3.49
Santiago del Estero 56,969 84.34 4 8,956 13.26 2 1,623 2.40
Tucumán 90,691 78.83 5 21,565 18.74 2 2,797 2.43
Total 1,725,658 66.79 109 767,730 29.71 48 90,480 3.50 1

References

  1. ^ Nohlen, D (2005) Elections in the Americas: A data handbook, Volume II, p67 ISBN 978-0-19-928358-3
  2. ^ Nohlen, p78
  3. ^ Confirmación electoral de la voluntad justicialista del pueblo argentino (PDF). Buenos Aires: Ministry of Interior. 1952.
  4. ^ Cantón, Darío (1968). Materiales para el estudio de la sociología política en la Argentina (PDF). Vol. Tomo I. Buenos Aires: Centro de Investigaciones Sociales - Torcuato di Tella Institute. p. 141-142.
  5. ^ "Con el triunfo peronista terminó el escrutinio en Córdoba y Buenos Aires". El Litoral (in Spanish). 16 December 1948.
  6. ^ Oscar Castellucci, ed. (2016). Perón: la comunidad organizada (1949) (PDF) (2nd ed.). Buenos Aires: Biblioteca del Congreso de la Nación. p. 258-264.
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