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presidential mandate, presidential powers, presidential term, executive power, legislature

Argentina’s 1853 constitution invested executive power in a president elected to a single six-year term. The presidential mandate allowed for executive participation in drawing up legislation, as well as the execution of laws. The revised 1994 constitution reduced the presidential term to four years, allowed the president to seek a second consecutive term, and assigned some formerly presidential powers to the legislature. The president serves as the commander in chief of the armed forces.



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