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Political Scientist Carlos Gervasoni expounded on ''Democracy and authoritarianism in Argentine provinces'' at Foro Latinoamericano Buenos Aires organized by CADAL at Regal Pacific Hotel.
Gervasoni stated that 25 years after the return to democracy in Argentina it is time to ask: How democratic are the provinces in our country? Can we talk of more democratic or less democratic provinces? For that, using conceptual and methological tools of political science, the speaker presented a panorama on the state of democratic rights in the 24 districts of our country.
Carlos Gervasoni is Ph.D candidate in Political Science at University of Notre Dame, United States. He is Political Scientist (UCA), holds a Master in Political Science and in Latin American Studies (Stanford University) and serves as university professor (Universidad Católica Argentina and Universidad Di Tella). He was CADAL's chairman (2003/2004) and is currently member of CADAL's Academic Council.
The event concluded with a cocktail to celebrate the sixth anniversary of CADAL. Among the participants were the lawyer Carlos Facal, from Poder Ciudadano, professor Fernando Ruiz, writer Marcos Aguinis and journalist Julio Cottini.
Video with a summary of Carlos Gervasoni's presentation