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List of provincial legislatures in Argentina

Provincial legislatures in Argentina

The provincial legislatures of Argentina are the organs of the legislative power of each province of the Argentine Republic. There are provinces with a chamber of deputies and senate, and others with a unicameral system. The total number of provincial legislators in Argentina is 1199.

Each province has the autonomy to decide whether the date of the provincial elections.[1][2]

Composition by province

Province Legislature Level Seats Term
(years)
Renewal Electoral system Constituency
 Buenos Aires Legislature Chamber of Deputies Lower 92 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Electoral sections
Senate Upper 46 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Electoral sections
Autonomous City of Buenos Aires Legislature Unicameral 60 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation City
 Catamarca Legislature Chamber of Deputies Lower 41 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Province
Senate Upper 16 4 Half every 2 years First-past-the-post voting Departments
 Chaco Chamber of Deputies Unicameral 32 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Province
 Chubut Legislature Unicameral 27 4 Complete Province
 Córdoba Legislature Unicameral 70 4 Complete Parallel voting:
44: Proportional representation Province
26: First-past-the-post voting Departments
 Corrientes Legislature Chamber of Deputies Lower 30 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Province
Senate Upper 15 6 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Province
 Entre Ríos Legislature Chamber of Deputies Lower 34 4 Complete Province
Senate Upper 17 4 Complete First-past-the-post voting Departments
 Formosa Chamber of Deputies Unicameral 30 4 Half every 2 years Incomplete list. 2/3 of seats for top party, 1/3 of seats for second most voted party Province
 Jujuy Legislature Unicameral 48 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Province
 La Pampa Chamber of Deputies Unicameral 30 4 Complete Proportional representation Province
 La Rioja Legislature Unicameral 36 4 Half every 2 years 24: Proportional representation Departments
12: First-past-the-post voting Departments
 Mendoza Legislature Chamber of Deputies Lower 48 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Electoral districts
Senate Upper 38 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Electoral districts
 Misiones Chamber of Representatives Unicameral 40 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Province
 Neuquén Legislature Unicameral 35 4 Complete Proportional representation Province
 Río Negro Legislature Unicameral 46 4 Complete Parallel voting:
22: Proportional representation Province
24: Proportional representation Electoral circuits
 Salta Legislature Chamber of Deputies Lower 60 4 Half every 2 years 47: Proportional representation Departments
13: First-past-the-post voting Departments
Senate Upper 23 4 Half every 2 years First-past-the-post voting Departments
 San Juan Chamber of Deputies Unicameral 36 4 Complete Parallel voting:
17: Proportional representation Province
19: First-past-the-post voting Departments
 San Luis Legislature Chamber of Deputies Lower 43 4 Half every 2 years Proportional representation Departments
Senate Upper 9 4 Half every 2 years First-past-the-post voting Departments
 Santa Cruz Chamber of Deputies Unicameral 24 4 Complete Parallel voting:
10: Proportional representation Province
14: First-past-the-post voting Municipalities
 Santa Fe Legislature Chamber of Deputies Lower 50 4 Complete Province
Senate Upper 19 4 Complete First-past-the-post voting Departments
 Santiago del Estero Chamber of Deputies Unicameral 40 4 Complete Proportional representation Province
 Tierra del Fuego Legislature Unicameral 15 4 Complete Proportional representation Province
 Tucumán Legislature Unicameral 49 4 Complete Proportional representation Electoral sections

See also

References

  1. ^ "Tips sobre las elecciones 2017 en Argentina - Noticias - Parlamentario". www.parlamentario.com. Retrieved 2020-02-02.
  2. ^ ADN, Redacción (2017-02-22). "Provincias gobernadas por PJ discuten si desdoblan elecciones". ADN (in Spanish). Retrieved 2020-02-02.
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