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Republican Force Tucuman

The Republican Force Tucuman is a provincial conservative political party in Tucuman Province, Argentina.

The party was set up by Antonio Domingo Bussi, who was Tucuman's Governor during the eary years of the 1976-83 dictatorship, and was found guilty of murder, kidnapping, and corruption charges.

As of 2009, Fuerza Republicana holds one of Tucuman's three senators, Carlos Salazar. The Party's second senator, Delia Pinchetti de Sierra Morales, resigned from Republican Force in May 2009 after being dropped as a candidate, and has since joined the Union Pro Federal. Delia Pinchetti dejo Fuerza Republicana y se alio con Juri, El Siglo, 8 May 2009. Accessed 10 May 2009. Los candidatos, provincia por provincia, La Nacion, 10 May 2009. FR has been part of an coalition with a minor, free market-oriented party, Recreate for Growth (itself aligned to the Union Pro).

Its leading politician, Ricardo Bussi, son of Antonio Bussi, was a senator until 2007 when he stood for Governor of Tucuman Province without success.

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