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Argentina: Frente de Todos candidate Alberto Fernandez votes in presidential elections02:15

Argentina: Frente de Todos candidate Alberto Fernandez votes in presidential elections

الأرجنتين, Buenos Aires
October 27, 2019 في 16:20 GMT +00:00 · تم النشر

Alberto Fernandez, candidate of Frente de Todos, cast his vote in the presidential elections at the Argentine Catholic University of the Puerto Madero neighbourhood in Buenos Aires on Sunday.

Argentine citizens are heading to the polls to elect the next president and vice president of the country, as well as governors, deputies and senators.

Mauricio Macri, current president of the country, is seeking re-election against opposition candidate Alberto Fernandez, who is running for office for the first time after having been chief of cabinet during the period of Kirchnerism.

To obtain victory in the first round, a candidate must achieve more than 45 percent of the vote, or at least 40 percent plus more than ten percentage points more than the next most popular candidate.

Argentina: Frente de Todos candidate Alberto Fernandez votes in presidential elections02:15
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Alberto Fernandez, candidate of Frente de Todos, cast his vote in the presidential elections at the Argentine Catholic University of the Puerto Madero neighbourhood in Buenos Aires on Sunday.

Argentine citizens are heading to the polls to elect the next president and vice president of the country, as well as governors, deputies and senators.

Mauricio Macri, current president of the country, is seeking re-election against opposition candidate Alberto Fernandez, who is running for office for the first time after having been chief of cabinet during the period of Kirchnerism.

To obtain victory in the first round, a candidate must achieve more than 45 percent of the vote, or at least 40 percent plus more than ten percentage points more than the next most popular candidate.