Peronism

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Peronism

justicialism.
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péronisme
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For example, to a greater degree than he acknowledges, the large number of workers who sympathized with the Radical party was influenced by the moment when he did his interviews: the radicals were then enjoying greater prestige than has been usual over the past half-century, while the Peronists were at their nadir.
Part IV covers the return to power of the Peronists, the eight years of nightmarish military rule (1976-83), and the return to democracy under the leadership of the first democratically elected president since the Peron in 1946.
The post Argentina's Macri sworn in as president, ousting Peronists appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
However Peronists are sure to portray him as supporting the privileged classes ahead of the poor.
The Peronist march, an anthem that Peronists still sing at meetings and during political rallies, blares out of speakers every day here and customers get up from their seats to sing along.
Not only has the country been alternating in power between an authoritarian dictatorship and an elected democracy and, within the democratic context, not only has there been contestation between the two traditional political parties, the Peronists and the Radicals, but Argentina has also been divided by rival interest groups, including, especially, trade unions and the military.
Mr Rodriguez Saa was chosen unanimously on Friday by the Peronists to take over from Senate leader Ramon Puerta, who was serving as acting president for 48 hours while congressional leaders sought a replacement, but the session that began on Saturday night dragged on past dawn yesterday as legislators negotiated the length of his term and an election date.
Peronists, who ruled Argentina for most of the last decade under President Carlos Menem, said presidential elections should be held within 90 days but appeared to disagree over who should run the country until then.
Although the Peronists control a majority of the Senate, they are unlikely to gut the government budget cuts.
"The work must serve to rouse the fervor of Peronists and be an outlet for their emotions forevermore, even when none of us is still alive."
In the first election for the mayor of Buenos Aires in June 1996, the FREPASO candidate finished second with 27 per cent of the vote, while the candidate of the ruling Peronists got only 15 per cent.