Without certainties, as a result of the failures that previous surveys have presented, and with the expectation of a change of direction, at 6:00 p.m. this Sunday the polling stations for the Paso elections closed. Not without problems in various parts of the country, such as Caba, which presented problems with the electronic voting system.
“For the results we will have to be patient,” said Julio Vitobello, Secretary General of the Presidency, after 6:25 p.m.
Beyond what happened in the Federal Capital (judge María Servini authorized extending the vote until 7:30 p.m. in schools where long lines persist), the day developed normally and participation would have arrived, according to preliminary data from the National Chamber Electoral, 66% of the register.
In this context, the authorities hope that the first counts of the provisional count will begin to be disseminated from 10 p.m. this Sunday.
One of the big questions of the day is knowing who will prevail in the Juntos por el Cambio internship, in which Horacio Rodríguez Larreta and Patricia Bullrich competed.
The other is to have an idea of the magnitude of the “anger” vote that could be channeled by the libertarian Javier Milei.
And also, it is expected to know how much support the ruling party maintains, represented by Sergio Massa and, to a lesser extent, by the social leader Juan Grabois.
In Córdoba, meanwhile, all eyes are on the performance of Juan Schiaretti, candidate for Hacemos Por Nuestro País.
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