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Bueno, el diario El País de España publicó dos mensajes que hacen referencia a las elecciones, supuestamente fraudulentas, en Córdoba del 2007. El mismo en que se enfrentaron Juez y Schiaretti. A veeeeer:

5. (SBU) The September 2 provincial elections in Cordoba
and Santa Fe — the second and third largest provinces in
Argentina — showed the urban middle class voting against
Kirchner-backed tickets. Socialist Hermes Binner won in
Santa Fe, putting an end to 24 uninterrupted years of
Peronist rule. Binner won mostly on the support from
middle-class voters in the provincial capital Rosario. In
Cordoba, Peronist candidate Luis Juez distanced himself from
the Kirchner ticket and attracted more urban middle-class
votes than he was projected to receive. Although four
leading polling organizations had predicted, on average, that
Schiaretti would defeat Juez by 12 points, in the end the
margin was only one percent. The national and Cordoba
governments’ resistance to a recount has generated suspicions
that the election was tainted by fraud. In the last
provincial elections before October, Kirchnerista candidates
triumphed in both Chaco and Chubut, adding to a string of
provincial wins for the administration that counter the
handful of opposition victories.

Socialist Wins Historic Victory in Santa Fe

7. (U) Peronist and current Vice-Governor Juan Schiaretti
narrowly defeated FPV candidate Luis Juez in the Cordoba
gubernatorial election by a margin of a contested 1.1
percent. Schiaretti won 37.06 percent of the vote while
Juez obtained 35.95 percent of the vote. According to the
provisional count, only 17,000 votes separated the two,
prompting public cries of electoral fraud by Juez
supporters culminating in a public protest which mobilized
20,000-50,000 supporters in the city of Cordoba on
September 6. Juez’s lawyers appealed to the provincial
judge overseeing the elections, Marta Vidal, to demand a
hand recount of every ballot box, citing irregularities
such as the unusually lengthy 18-hour vote count and a
50,000 ballot difference between the votes cast for
governor and those cast for provincial legislators, which
are usually nearly equal. (COMMENT: Ballots in Argentina
are separated into several sections corresponding to the
offices up for election. If voters want to vote for
different parties, they must tear the ballots for each
party for which they wish to vote and place the torn
sections in the voting envelope. This process takes time
and effort and is uncommon. For a vote discrepancy between
offices to occur, voters would have had to separate the
portion of the ballot for governor from the rest of the
ballot and submit only the governor portion. While not
impossible, this practice is uncommon and it is improbable
that 50,000 voters in Cordoba voted only for the office of
governor. END COMMENT.) They also noted that lawyers
representing the political parties were not present to
observe when Correo Argentino, the government agency
charged with running the election, entered the election
data into its computer system.






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