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The Governments of the Republic of Argentina

Author(s): Juan Manuel Abal Medina

Citation: Juan Manuel Abal Medina, (2020) "The Governments of the Republic of Argentina," Journal of Management Policy and Practice, Vol. 21, Iss. 1, pp. 105-125

Article Type: Research paper

Publisher: North American Business Press


In Argentina, given the continuous ruptures of the constitutional order, there is no official list or agreement among specialists to determine who are the people who have governed the country. The purpose of this article is to respond to this demand. To do this we build a list of those individuals who have ruled the Republic of Argentina from 1862 to the present, defining the two categories: governor and government. From there, the article aims to describe and classify governments according to their duration, their institutional nature and their party's institutional provenance.

In order to fulfill said objectives, the article takes as a source of information the Acts of Oaths Books of the Members of the Government of the Argentine Nation of the General Notary Public of the Government of the Nation. The information provided by said acts was ordered and systematized to proceed with the analysis.