According to the data of the new Censussome provinces and districts should incorporate more deputies than they currently have after the 2023 elections. According to Law 22,847 of district distribution of deputies for the Argentine Congress (known as the “Law Bignone”), “The number of national deputies to be elected will be one for every 161,000 inhabitants or a fraction of not less than 80,500.”

    With the new Census, the province of Buenos Aires with their 17,569,053 inhabitants Should have 109 benches, unlike the 70 that it currently holds. And the same should happen with Cordova that it has 18 deputies and would have 25; Mendoza it would go from 10 to 13 deputies; jump has 7 and would jump to 9; Santa Fe account 19 deputies, and should have 22.

    In contrast, some districts should have fewer deputies. It is the case of Catamarca that has 5 deputies should have 3 according to its 429,556 inhabitants; chubut which has 603,120 inhabitants should lose 1 of its 5 current deputies; and San Juan that would go from having 6 to 5 deputies, are some examples.

    The Rioja that currently has 5 deputies would have 2; and Saint Louis It would go from having 5 to having 3 deputies. Missions It would also undergo changes in its list of deputies: from having 7 to 8, the reverse of Formosawhich has 5 and would lose one.

    Corrientes, Chaco and Santiago del Estero They each have 7 deputies, an amount according to the current population density. The same Neuquenwhich has 5 deputies; Between rivers with its 9 deputies and Black river with their 5 they would remain unchanged depending on the results of the Census.

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