Peronism

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Related to Peronist Party: Justicialismo, Peronismo, Peronist Movement

Peronism

justicialism.
See also: Government
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péronisme
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She was hailed for being an advocate for women's rights; she founded and ran the first female political party in Argentina, the Female Peronist Party.
Fernandez, who heads a large faction of the Peronist party, stepped down in December at the end of her second term.
Macri's victory is the first in more than a decade for Argentina's centreA[degrees]right opposition and ends the 12A[degrees]year rule of the Peronist Party.
So there is the real prospect, for the first time since Argentina's return to democracy, that we may have a president who is neither from the Peronist Party, which has held the office for 25 of those 32 years, nor from its erstwhile rival, the nearly defunct Radical Civic Union, which won the presidency twice.
This kind of 'constituency service' resonates with, for example, Auyero's description (2001) of the everyday political mediation that Argentine's Peronist party engages in, maintaining an extensive network of 'unidades basicas' to distribute state-funded aid to the poor.
of the Peronist Party (Corrientes) said: "We condemn the Israeli offensive on
Kirchner's Peronist party currently controls both houses, but showed signs of weakness in primaries earlier this year.
The opening night had 1,000 people in the same hall but that turned itself into a Peronist Party rally.
She even served as labor and health minister in her husband's administration -- indeed, she became so popular she was able to form her own party, the female Peronist Party, the women's wing of Juan Peron's party structure.
Menem and current President Christina Fernandez are both members ofthe Peronist Party.
But Fernandez's easy re-election belies fierce opposition to her combative, heavy-handed style -- typical of the Peronist party that has dominated Argentine politics for decades.
It did not say who placed second, but other television channels said it was former President Eduardo Duhalde, a dissident from Fernandez's own Peronist party.