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Argentina's Fernandez nearly tied in Senate primary

DNA Monday, 14 August 2017 ()
With 87.97 percent of polling stations counted, Macri's coalition led by former education minister Esteban Bullrich had 34.31 percent of votes compared with 33.98 percent for Fernandez's list in Buenos Aires province.
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The votes that Argentines make during the mid-term primary election will show whether they are bringing back left-wing populist and former President Cristina Fernandez or whether they will finally leave her behind in history. Fernandez is running for a Senate seat in the Buenos Aires province against...

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