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Oppositionist Fernandez leads Argentinean presidential election

2019-10-28T01:06:31.992Z

Alberto Fernandez, a representative of the center-left Front for All party, with the result of 47.3% of the votes cast, leads the presidential election in Argentina after processing 75.4% of the ballots.



It is reported by La Nacion on Twitter.

It is clarified that the current president of the country Mauricio Macri is gaining 41.2%.

Actualización 21: 18hs: @alferdez: 47.36% - @mauriciomacri: 41.22% Mesas escrutadas: 75.46% pic.twitter.com/ssXlwhMcFt

- LA NACION (@LANACION) October 28, 2019

Presidential elections were held in Argentina on October 27, in which, in addition to Fernandez and Macri, former Minister of Economics Roberto Lavagna and Nicolas Del Caño also participated.

On October 24, the current president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, announced his victory in the election of the head of state in the first round.

Source: russiart

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