Peronism (Spanish: Peronismo), or Justicialism (Justicialismo), is an Argentine
political movement based on the political legacy of former President Juan
Domingo Perón and his second wife, Eva ...
Nov 10, 2014 ... Juan Peron is the most important political figure in Argentina, with reams ... is
also the name of the party of Argentina's current president Cristina ...
Mar 11, 2016 ... Peronist, Spanish Peronista, in Argentine politics, a supporter of Juan Perón, a
member of the Justicialist Party (Partido Justicialista; PJ), or an ...
More than 60 years after Juan Perón was first elected president of Argentina, his
party continues to dominate Argentine politics. Torcuato Di Tella of the ...
Dec 10, 2015 ... Macri's ousting of Fernandez's leftist party comes as left wing politics are losing
political ground in the region. Brazil's leftist President Dilma ...
Oct 11, 2011 ... The political opposition organised itself around the figure of US .... This involved
dissolving the peronist party and banning any of its members ...
Feb 9, 2003 ... As a result, the Peronist Party, which has dominated Argentine politics since the
1940's, plans to offer three candidates in the election, which is ...
Oct 28, 2011 ... The Peronist Party was banned, and Peronism was thought to disappear—but it
did not. Political instability characterized the second period.
Although the 'Perónist Years' amounted to a little less than a decade, Juan ... the
military, or a political party – was personally responsible for labor's gains.
Peronism, the Argentine political movement created by Juan Perón in the 1940's,
has revolved since its inception around a personalistic leader, a set of powerful ...