On August 13, 2023, the Primary, Open, Simultaneous and Mandatory (PASO) elections were held in Argentina to determine the candidacies of the political forces with a view to the general elections that will be held to meet the replacement of Alberto Fernández. With 5 presidential candidates in the Casa Rosada, the albiceleste population will return to the polls to elect their new president, and will also elect more than 100 deputies. Regarding this important voting day organized by the National Electoral Directorate (DINE), find out how the latest polls and surveys are going, and who is leading in voting intentions.
With the goal of succeeding Alberto Fernández as president of the Argentine Republic, who will end his term in December 2023, a total of 5 candidates from the so-called PASO participated in the analysis, evaluations and surveys. sense of the citizens, and a few days after the general election, they put it in the polls with the intention of voting that marks a trend.
Javier Milei from La Libertad Avanza and Patricia Bullrich from Together for Change, and Sergio Massa from Unión por la Patria, Myriam Bregman from Frente de Izquierda y de los Trabajadores – Unidad, and Juan Schiaretti from Hacemos por Nuestro País , is competing for the great opportunity to sit in Rivadavia’s seat and govern for the next 4 years, but currently and according to the publication of various election predictions, the elections have a runoff between 2 out of 5 candidates for the position.
According to the work carried out and prepared by RTVE through the weighted average of the latest surveys published by Argentine media and consultancies, the controversial presidential candidate who recently publicly insulted the Santo Papa occupies the first place in the preferences of polls conducted by DC Consultores, Fixer, Zuban Córdoba & Asociados, Reale Dalla Torre, Aresco, CB Consultora, Atlas Intel, and others (30.6%), but he is not directly who will win the general election because with 29.6%, the current Minister of Economy of the country will join him in the upcoming Second round.
Considering these percentages, Patricia Bullrich, Myriam Bregman and Juan Schiaretti will be relegated, and will have no chance to fight for the presidency of Argentina with Javier Milei, who defines himself as a “libertarian liberal” and philosophical, a “market anarchist”, and whose popularity initially led him to be the top vote-getter in PASO held on August 13.
With only 5 days left until the albiceleste population will participate in the 2023 General Elections, and vote for the candidate who will govern the country until 2027, the polls agree that there will definitely be a runoff between the political leader of La Libertad Avanza. and the presidential candidate of the Unión por la Patria, almost a month after the national elections.
GENERAL ELECTIONS 2023: WHEN AND WHERE CAN YOU VOTE FOR MILEI, MASSA AND THE OTHER PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES IN ARGENTINA?
After almost 4 years, exactly 35 million 394 thousand 425 citizens who voted according to the definitive register in 2023 in Argentina, will return to the polls to elect the president to replace Alberto Fernández, and also 130 deputies and parliamentarians of Mercosur in the regional district.
According to the information shared by DINE, the General Election will take place this Sunday, October 22 between 8 am and 6 pm, and by entering the National Voter Registry, you can verify and/or consult your voting place, okay that is, table number, order number and National Identity Document (DNI).
It should be noted that if there is a possible second round between Milei and Massa, for example, according to the latest polls carried out by pollsters, the voters who are eligible for the elections in Argentina should return for the last time in the equivalent establishments. to them to determine the definitive winner of the electoral contest.
VOTE FOR THE ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE IN ARGENTINA
This 10/22 for approximately 10 hours, the citizens of Argentina will choose Javier Milei or Sergio Massa as the next president of the country, but only if the “most voted formula gets more than 45% of the valid vote given or more than 40% with a difference of more than 10% in the formula that follows him in the votes, he is consecrated as president and vice president of the Republic,” DINE officially emphasized.
Considering this detail, and either of the 2 candidates is far from achieving 45% of the votes needed and needed to win, the so-called second round of the election, that is, the second round of the election, is inevitable, and will happen between the two on the 19th of November 2023.