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Legislature of Neuquén

Legislature of Neuquén
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Type
Type
Leadership
President
(Vice Governor)
Marcos Koopmann (MPN)
since 10 December 2019
First Vice President
María Fernanda Villone (MPN)
since 10 December 2019
Second Vice President
Mariano Mansilla (FDT)
since 10 December 2019
Structure
Seats35 legislators
Political groups
Government (15)
  •   Neuquén People's Movement (9)
  •   Siempre (2)
  •   Juntos (1)
  •   Popular Union (1)
  •   Neuquén Integration Front (1)

Opposition (20)

Length of term
4 years
AuthorityConstitution of Neuquén
Elections
Proportional representation
Last election
10 March 2019
Next election
2023
Website
legislaturaneuquen.gob.ar

The Legislature of Neuquén Province (Spanish: Legislatura de la Provincia del Neuquén) is the unicameral legislative body of Neuquén Province, in Argentina. It convenes in the provincial capital, Neuquén.

It comprises 35 legislators, elected in a single multi-member district through proportional representation every four years. Elections employ the D'Hondt system and a 3% electoral threshold.[1]

Its powers and responsibilities are established in the provincial constitution. The legislature is presided by the Vice Governor of Neuquén (presently Marcos Koopmann of the Neuquén People's Movement), who is elected alongside the governor.[2]

The Legislature was established in 1958, when the National Territory of Neuquén became a province of Argentina. The first legislature convened on 1 May 1958. Since the establishment of the province, the regionalist Neuquén People's Movement (MPN) has dominated provincial politics and has been the largest party in the legislature.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Neuquén". Observatorio Electoral Argentino CIPPEC (in Spanish). Retrieved 31 January 2022.
  2. ^ "Honorable Legislatura de la Provincia de Neuquén". Legislaturas Conectadas (in Spanish). Retrieved 31 January 2022.
  3. ^ Polischuk, Luciana; Quayat, María Victoria (August 2013). "La ventaja del oficialismo en Neuquén" (PDF). OEAR CIPPEC (in Spanish). Retrieved 30 January 2022.
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