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Chamber of Deputies of Salta

Chamber of Deputies of Salta Province

Cámara de Diputados de la Provincia de Salta
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Type
Type
Leadership
President
Esteban Amat Lacroix, FJ Sáenz
since 10 December 2019
Vice President
Ignacio Jarsún Lamónaca, FJ Sáenz
since 10 December 2019
Majority Leader
Germán Darío Rallé, FJ Sáenz
since 10 December 2019
Minority Leader
Franco Hernández Berni, Todos
since 10 December 2019
Structure
Seats60
Political groups
  • Government (45)
    •   Justicialist - Governor Sáenz Leadership (28)
    •   Salta Has a Future (10)
    •   More Salta (5)
    •   October 8th (1)
    •   Memory and Social Movilization (1)

Opposition (15)

Elections
Last election
15 August 2021 (30 seats)
Meeting place
Legislative Palace
Salta, Salta Province
Website
https://www.diputadosalta.gob.ar/

The Chamber of Deputies of Salta Province (Spanish: Cámara de Diputados de la Provincia de Salta) is the lower house of the Legislature of Salta Province, one of Argentina's 23 provinces. It is made up of 60 deputies elected in each of the 23 departments of the province.[1]

Deputies are elected using a mixed first-past-the-post / proportional representation system, wherein the most populous departments are allocated more seats, while the smallest departments elect a single deputy. The most populous department is Capital Department, which is allocated 19 seats. Members are elected for four-year terms, and, as in the National Chamber of Deputies and most other provincial legislatures, elections are held every two years, so that half of its members are up in each election.[2]

Alongside the Senate, the Chamber of Deputies convenes in the Legislative Palace, in the provincial capital of Salta. The building, a city landmark, is of an Italian academic style. Its construction began in 1892 and extended until 1902.[3]

Deputies per department

Departament Deputies
Anta 3
Cachi 1
Cafayate 1
Capital 19
Cerrillos 2
Chicoana 1
General Güemes 2
General San Martín 6
Guachipas 1
Iruya 1
La Caldera 1
La Candelaria 1
La Poma 1
La Viña 1
Los Andes 1
Metán 3
Molinos 1
Orán 6
Rivadavia 2
Rosario de la Frontera 2
Rosario de Lerma 2
San Carlos 1
Santa Victoria 1
Total 60

Current members (2021–2023 term)

Department Deputy Bloc Term
start
Term
end
Anta Marcela del Valle Leguina Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2025
Alejandra Beatriz Navarro Más Salta 2021 2025
Héctor Orlando Escobar Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2022 2025
Cachi Federico Miguel Cañizares Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2025
Cafayate Patricio Peñalba Arias Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2025
Capital Bernardo José Biella Calvet Salta Independiente 2021 2025
Laura Deolinda Cartuccia Salta Has a Future 2019 2023
Roque Ramón Cornejo Avellaneda Now Salta 2021 2025
Isabel Marcelina de Vita Frente de Todos 2021 2025
Omar Exeni Armiñana Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
María Cristina Fiore Viñuales Now Salta 2019 2023
María Cristina Frísoli Salta Independiente 2021 2025
Mónica Gabriela Juárez October 8th 2019 2023
Víctor Manuel "Vitín" Lamberto Salta Has a Future 2021 2025
David Jesús Leiva Memory and Social Movilization 2021 2025
Julieta Estefanía Perdigón Weber Now Salta 2021 2023
Noelia Cecilia Rigó Barea Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Juan Esteban Romero Salta has a Future 2021 2025
Juan Carlos Francisco Roque Posse Salta has a Future 2021 2025
María Victoria Saicha Ibáñez Salta has a Future 2021 2025
Enrique Daniel Sansone Salta has a Future 2019 2023
Sofía Sierra PRO 2021 2025
Adrián Alfredo Valenzuela Giantomasi Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
María del Socorro Villamayor Salta has a Future 2019 2023
Cerrillos Luis Fernando Albeza Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Gonzalo Caro Dávalos Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Chicoana María Del Socorro López Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2025
General Güemes Germán Darío Rallé Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Daniel Alejandro Segura Giménez Más Salta 2019 2023
General San Martín Ana Laura Córdoba Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Franco Estéban Francisco Hernández Berni Frente de Todos 2019 2023
Matías Monteagudo Radical Civic Union 2019 2023
Gladys Lidia Paredes Más Salta 2021 2025
Jorge Miguel Restom Frente de Todos 2021 2025
Santiago Raúl Vargas Radical Civic Union 2021 2025
Guachipas Ernesto Gerardo Guanca Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Iruya Ricardo Germán Vargas Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2025
La Caldera Gustavo Javier Pantaleón Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
La Candelaria Francisco Fabio Rodríguez Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
La Poma Roberto Ángel Bonifacio Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
La Viña Esteban Amat Lacroix Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Los Andes Azucena Atanasia Salva Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Metán Gustavo Bernardo Dantur Más Salta 2021 2025
Nancy Liliana Jaime Más Salta 2021 2025
Antonio Sebastián Otero Salta has a Future 2021 2025
Molinos Fabio Enrique López Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Orán Carolina Rosana Ceaglio Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2025
Patricia del Carmen Hucena Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Jorgelina Silvana Juárez Frente de Todos 2019 2023
Martín Miguel Pérez Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Teodora Ramona Riquelme Igualar 2021 2025
Claudia Gloria Seco Salta has a Future 2021 2025
Rivadavia Moisés Justiniano Balderrama Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2025
Rogelio Guaipo Segundo Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2025
Rosario de la Frontera Pablo Raúl Alejandro Gómez Frente de Todos 2021 2025
Gustavo Orlando Orozco Cambia Salta (TAC) 2021 2025
Rosario de Lerma Lino Fernando Yonar Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023
Mabel Verónica Janeth Barboza Salta has a Future 2023 2023
San Carlos Elena Nahir Díaz Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2021 2023
Santa Victoria Osvaldo Francisco Acosta Justicialista Gustavo Sáenz Conducción 2019 2023

References

  1. ^ admin (5 March 2014). "Constitución Provincial". Cámara de Senadores de Salta (in Spanish). Retrieved 3 March 2020.
  2. ^ "Elecciones 2021: qué se vota en Salta". Clarín (in Spanish). 4 September 2021. Retrieved 25 January 2023.
  3. ^ "Salta festejó sus 431 años en una colorida jornada". El Tribuno (in Spanish). 2 March 2020. Retrieved 17 April 2013.
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