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Frente de Todos

Everyone's Front
Frente de Todos
LeadersAlberto Fernández
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
Founded12 June 2019; 4 years ago (2019-06-12)[1]
Dissolved14 June 2023; 10 months ago (2023-06-14)
Preceded byCitizen's Unity[2]
Succeeded byUnion for the Homeland
HeadquartersRiobamba 460 2.º A, Buenos Aires
Political positionCentre-left[30][31] to left-wing[32][15][33]

The Frente de Todos (translated as "Everyone's Front") was a centre-left political coalition[34][9] political parties in Argentina formed to support President Alberto Fernández and Vice President Cristina Kirchner.

Fernández won the 2019 general election with over 48% of the vote, defeating incumbent Mauricio Macri in the first round.[35] The coalition currently holds a minority in both the Argentine Senate and the Chamber of Deputies; in both houses it is conformed as a unified bloc.[36] It was replaced by Unión por la Patria in June 2023, in order to compete in the general election on October of that year.[37]


The Frente de Todos is a coalition that seeks to create a union of all sectors of Peronism (including Kirchnerism), progressivism and social democracy, including centrist political parties, centre-left and left-wing, in order to avoid the continuation of the Mauricio Macri presidency.[38][39]

The front has the support of the most of the labor unions, such as the General Confederation of Labour (CGT) and the Argentine Workers' Central Union (CTA),[40][41] as well as many social organizations known as piqueteros.[42]


After former Vice President Daniel Scioli's defeat in the 2015 general election and the subsequent fragmentation of Peronism, former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner created a new movement, called Citizen's Unity, which sought to win a majority in Congress and defeat the ruling Cambiemos coalition. However, in the 2017 legislative election, Citizen's Unity only came second with 25.21% of the votes.

On 12 June 2019, the Peronist Front for All coalition was announced through a video that was posted on the official social media accounts of Alberto Fernández and Cristina Kirchner.[43]

In the primary elections of 11 August 2019, the coalition won with 49.49% compared to 32.94% for Juntos por el Cambio. Again in the 27 October elections, Alberto Fernandez won, with 48.24%, compared to 40.28% for Juntos por el Cambio.

On 10 December 2019, with a huge march in favor of the new government, Alberto Fernández and Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, sworn-in in as President and Vice President of Argentina. At nightfall, in the Casa Rosada, the assumption of the new president was celebrated with dances, lights, fireworks and speeches.

2021 post-electoral crisis

The coalition suffered a severe internal crisis after the holding of the primaries in the 2021 Argentine legislative election. It occurred after the results of said primary, in which the front was defeated in the main districts, particularly in the City of Buenos Aires and the Buenos Aires province. Three days later, on September 15, eight officials, all of them aligned with Vice President Cristina Fernández, made their resignation available to President Fernández. The list of the first resigners includes Eduardo de Pedro, Martín Soria, Roberto Salvarezza, Luana Volnovich, Fernanda Raverta, Tristán Bauer, Paula Español and Juan Cabandié.[44]

On 14 November 2021, Frente de Todos lost its majority in Congress for the first time in almost 40 years in midterm legislative elections. The election victory of the center-right coalition, Juntos por el Cambio (Together for Change), meant a tough final two years in office for President Alberto Fernández. Losing control of the Senate made it difficult for him to make key appointments, including to the judiciary. While it remained the largest force in Congress, it also forced him to negotiate with the opposition every initiative he sends to the legislature.[45][46]

In April 2023, President Alberto Fernandez announced that he will not seek re-election in the next presidential election.[47]

Member parties

Party Leader Ideology
Justicialist Party Alberto Fernández Peronism
Renewal Front[48] Sergio Massa Peronism
Party of Culture, Education and Labour Hugo Moyano Peronism
Federal Commitment Alberto Rodríguez Saá Peronism
Kolina Alicia Kirchner Kirchnerism
Victory Party Diana Conti Social democracy
New Encounter Martín Sabbatella Progressivism
Somos Victoria Donda Socialist feminism
Proyecto Sur Jorge Selser Progressivism[49]
Broad Front Adriana Puiggrós Kirchnerism
Social democracy
Solidary Party Carlos Heller Co-operatism
Popular Unity Víctor De Gennaro Socialism of the 21st century
Left-wing nationalism
National Alfonsinist Movement Leopoldo Moreau Social democracy
K Radicalism[29]
FORJA Gustavo Fernando López Social democracy
K Radicalism[28]
Communist Party Victor Kot Communism
Communist Party (Extraordinary Congress) Pablo Pereyra Communism
Revolutionary Communist Party Juan Carlos Alderete Communism
Intransigent Party Enrique Gustavo Cardesa Democratic socialism
Patria Grande Front Juan Grabois Socialism of the 21st century
La patria de los comunes Emilio Pérsico Kirchnerism[51]
Protector Political Force[52] José Luis Ramón Social democracy

Electoral performance


Election year Candidate(s) First Round Second Round Result
No. votes % vote No. votes % vote
2019 Alberto Fernández 12,946,037 48.24 Green tickY Elected

Legislative elections

Chamber of Deputies

Election year votes % seats won Total seats Position Note
2019 11,606,411 45.26
64 / 130
119 / 257
Minority Includes the FCxS
2021 7,801,865 33.57
50 / 127
118 / 257
Minority Includes the FCxS


Election year votes % seats won Total seats Position Note
2019 2,609,017 46.30
15 / 24
41 / 72
Majority Includes the FCxS
2021 1,916,759 27.54
9 / 24
35 / 72
Minority Includes the FCxS

See also


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