Background. Historically, Argentina has alternated between civilian and military rule. The latest period of military rule ended in October 1983 with free presidential and legislative elections that gave the presidency to Raul Alfonsin of the Union Civica Radical (UCR). Argentina's presidents served six-year terms until constitutional reforms enacted in August 1994 reduced the presidential term to four years. Other reforms enacted at that time...
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