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Orders of precedence
The order of precedence in Argentina is a symbolic hierarchy of officials used to direct protocol. It is regulated by Presidential Decree 2072 of October 10, 1993,signed by then President Carlos Menem, and former ministers Guido di Tella and Carlos Ruckauf.
The order of succession should the presidency unexpectedly become vacant is specified by Law 25716 of 2002.
Precedence is determined by the office; names of incumbents as of 2019 [update] are listed.
The order of succession should the presidency unexpectedly become vacant is specified by Law 25716 of 2002:
until Congress designates a president according to article 88 of the Constitution of Argentina.
Carlos Saúl Menem is an Argentine politician who was president of Argentina from 8 July 1989 to 10 December 1999. He has been a Senator for La Rioja Province since 10 December 2005.
The government of Argentina, within the framework of a federal system, is a presidential representative democratic republic. The President of Argentina is both head of state and head of government. Executive power is exercised by the President. Legislative power is vested in the National Congress. The Judiciary is independent from the Executive and from the Legislature.
The politics of Argentina take place in the framework of what the Constitution defines as a federal presidential representative democratic Republic, where the President of Argentina is both Head of State and Head of Government. Legislative power is vested in the two chambers of the Argentine National Congress. The Judiciary is independent of the Executive and the Legislature. Elections take place regularly on a multi-party system.
The President of Argentina, officially known as the President of the Argentine Nation, is both head of state and head of government of Argentina. Under the national Constitution, the President is also the chief executive of the federal government and Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces.
Néstor Carlos Kirchner Jr. was an Argentine politician who served as President of Argentina from 2003 to 2007 and as Governor of Santa Cruz from 1991 to 2003. Ideologically a Peronist and social democrat, he served as President of the Justicialist Party from 2008 to 2010, with his political approach being characterised as Kirchnerism.
Federico Ramón Puerta is an Argentine Peronist politician who has served as a governor, senator and national deputy and effectively acted as President of Argentina during 2001.
Alberto Ángel Fernández is an Argentine lawyer, politician, and the current President of Argentina after winning the 2019 general election. He was the Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers during the entirety of Néstor Kirchner's presidency, and the early months of Cristina Kirchner's. His tenure as Cabinet Chief from 2003 to 2008 remains the longest since the post was created in 1994.
Hermes Juan Binner is an Argentine physician and a politician. He was elected Governor of Santa Fe in 2007. Binner is the first Socialist to become the governor of an Argentine province, and the first non-Justicialist to rule Santa Fe since 1983.
Felipe Solá is an Argentine politician of the Justicialist Party currently serving as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Argentina under President Alberto Fernández, and previously served as the governor of the Buenos Aires Province from 2002 to 2007.
The Supreme Court of Argentina is the highest court of law of the Argentine Republic. It was inaugurated on 15 January 1863. However, during much of the 20th century, the Court and the Argentine judicial system in general, has lacked autonomy from the executive power. The Court has recently been reformed by the decree 222/03.
Events in the year 2004 in Argentina.
Miguel Ángel Pichetto is an Argentine lawyer and peronist politician. He has served as Senator for Río Negro Province and is the Leader of the Senate majority. He was the vice-presidential candidate of Juntos por el Cambio with President Mauricio Macri in 2019.
The Spanish order of precedence is currently prescribed by Royal Decree 2099/1983. The decree establishes the order of precedence of national official activities as well as common regulations to activities organised by municipalities, autonomous communities and other public institutions. The general order established by the decree is modified if the event takes place in the capital, Madrid, instead of elsewhere in Spain.
Juan Pablo Cafiero is an Argentine politician and the Argentine Ambassador to the Vatican since 2008. He has served as a National Deputy and government minister, and is the son of Peronist grandee Antonio Cafiero.
Horacio Massaccesi is an Argentine politician and former Governor of Río Negro Province.
A Necessity and Urgency Decree is a special kind of order issued by the President of Argentina. Unlike regular decrees, which are used in Argentina for rulemaking, a DNU has the force of law. Once the President promulgates a DNU, it comes into force almost immediately; afterwards, the National Congress must examine the decree to determine whether it will be allowed to remain in force or not.
Federal Peronism, or Dissident Peronism, are the informal names given to a political alliance between Justicialist Party figures, currently identified mostly by its opposition to ruling Kirchnerism, the center-left faction that headed the national Government of Argentina from 2003 to 2015, and leads the Peronist movement.
The AMIA bombing was an attack on the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina building in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 18 July 1994, killing 85 people and injuring hundreds. The bombing is Argentina's deadliest terrorist attack to date. Argentina is home to a Jewish community of 230,000, the largest in Latin America and sixth in the world outside Israel (see Demographics of Argentina).
The Minister of Health of Argentina manages the health policies of the country.