Argentine General Election, September 1973 - Candidates

Candidates

  • Justicialist Liberation Front (populist): Former President Juan Perón of Buenos Aires Province
  • Radical Civic Union (centrist): Former Deputy Ricardo Balbín of Buenos Aires Province
  • Popular Federalist Alliance (conservative): Former Minister of Social Policy Francisco Manrique of Mendoza Province
  • Socialist Workers' Party: Juan Carlos Coral
  • Perón

  • Balbín

  • Manrique

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