¿Volvimos al bipartidismo?

October 28, 2019

En la elección de ayer, el candidato ganador, Alberto Fernández recibió el 48% de los votos y ocho puntos más que el actual presidente Mauricio Macri. Esa diferencia puede significar la posibilidad de retornar a un bipartidismo que proporcione opciones a un electorado estratégico, que no se encuentra necesariamente atado al tradicional clivaje peronismo-antiperonismo.

María Victoria Murillo
Columbia University


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