Provincia argentina de Chubut celebra comicios locales | Noticias

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En la Patagonia argentina, la provincia de Chubut celebra este domingo los comicios para elegir al gobernador y al vicegobernador, 27 diputados provinciales, intendentes y concejales en 26 municipios, en lo que se considera el 煤ltimo sufragio antes de las elecciones primarias presidenciales de agosto pr贸ximo.

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Pese a una alerta clim谩tica por r谩fagas de viento de m谩s de 100 kil贸metros (kms) por hora, los colegios de votaci贸n ten铆an previsto el inicio de las votaciones a las 08H00 (hora local, 11H00 GMT), con cierre y comienzo del escrutinio a las 18H00 (hora local, 21H00 GMT).

No obstante, se reportaron varios reclamos por demoras en los centros de votaci贸n, lo que se normaliz贸 a las 09H00 (hora local, 12H00 GMT) con la presencia de las autoridades de las mesas electorales.



La v铆spera un temporal con vientos de m谩s de 150 kms por hora caus贸 destrozos y la evacuaci贸n de familias en la ciudad de Comodoro Rivadavia. El intendente y candidato a gobernador Juan Pablo Luque dio garant铆as para que la votaci贸n se desarrolle con normalidad.

Precisamente, medios locales reportan que ya votaron los principales candidatos en las cinco f贸rmulas, el dirigente justicialista Juan Pablo Luque por Arriba Chubut e Ignacio Torres por Juntos por el Cambio Chubut.



Al frente de la provincia desde el 2017, el actual gobernador, Mariano Arcioni, no se present贸 para un nuevo mandato; pues ocupar谩 el segundo lugar en la lista nacional para el Parlasur por Uni贸n por la Patria.

En Chubut, la coalici贸n gubernamental se encuentra en una disputa voto a voto con Juntos por el Cambio, la opci贸n opositora m谩s competitiva. El triunfo de una u otra representar铆a el 煤ltimo resultado electoral antes de las elecciones nacionales.

Un total de 474.242 personas en unas 1416 mesas electorales distribuidas en 248 escuelas protagonizan estos comicios en una provincia donde el voto es obligatorio para los mayores de 18 a帽os y menores de 70.

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