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Reflections on the electoral landscape in Argentina
August 31, 2015
Eight weeks before the presidential elections, the Regional Democracy Program and Political Parties in Latin America asked the journalist Jaime Rosemberg and the Chairman of CADAL, Gabriel Salvia, to reflect on the current political context of Argentina.

Reflexiones sobre el panorama electoral en la Argentina

Dr. Kristin Wesemann, Director of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s office in Montevideo, welcomed the visitors of the conference, especially thanked Gabriel Salvia, Chairman and CEO of the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL), Jaime Rosemberg, journalist editor of the political section of the newspaper “La Nación” since 2002, and the moderator of the activity Tomas Linn, magazine columnist of “Búsqueda” since 1989.

Reflexiones sobre el panorama electoral en la Argentina

The history of elections in Argentina from 1983 till today, including the constitutional reform of 1994, was conducted by Gabriel Salvia. He based his speech on the research of the publication “A political balance 30 years after the return to democracy in Argentina”, published by CADAL and Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Argentina.

Reflexiones sobre el panorama electoral en la Argentina

Jaime Rosemberg, from his experience as editor of the political section of the newspaper “La Nación” and its subsequent coverage for the party Pro, referred to the current electoral panorama overlooking the elections.

Reflexiones sobre el panorama electoral en la Argentina

Dr. Kristin Wesemann, Director of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s office in Montevideo, along with journalists Jaime Rosenberg and Thomas Linn, and the head of CADAL, Gabriel Salvia.

Pictures: Agustina Carriquiry

Agustina Carriquiry