Perbezaan antara semakan "Presiden Argentina"

== Statistik ==
* President elected to the most terms: [[Juan Perón]], three terms, elected in 1945, 1951 and 1973.
* President who held office for most time: [[Julio Argentino Roca]], for 12 years, on two terms (1880-1886 and 1898-1904).
* President who held office for most time continuously: [[Carlos Menem]], for 10 years and 5 months, on two terms (1989-1999).
* First President: [[Bernardino Rivadavia]], 1826.
* First President under the present Constitution: [[Justo José de Urquiza]], 1854 to 1860.
* First President born an Argentine citizen (and not a Spanish subject): [[Bartolomé Mitre]], in 1821.
* First President born in the twentieth century: [[Pedro Eugenio Aramburu]], in 1903.
* First ''de facto'' President: [[José Félix Uriburu]], since 1930.
* Last ''de facto'' President: [[Reynaldo Bignone]], until 1983.
* First female President: [[Isabel Perón]] (1974-1976).
* Presidents who were father and son: [[Luis Sáenz Peña|Luis]] and [[Roque Sáenz Peña]].
* Father who was President and son who was Vice-President: [[Julio Argentino Roca]] and [[Julio Argentino Roca, Jr.]]
* Presidents who were brothers-in-law: [[Julio Argentino Roca|Julio A. Roca]] and [[Miguel Juárez Celman]]
* Presidents who were husband and wife: [[Juan Perón]] and [[Isabel Perón]] (last period of Juan Perón, 1973-1974). [[Néstor Kirchner]] and [[Cristina Fernández de Kirchner]].
* First elected female President: [[Cristina Fernández de Kirchner]]
* Presidents who died in office: [[Manuel Quintana]] (1906), [[Roque Sáenz Peña]] (1914), [[Roberto Marcelino Ortiz]] (1942) and [[Juan Perón]] (1974).
* Presidents who were assassinated: [[Justo José de Urquiza]] (1870) and [[Pedro Eugenio Aramburu]] (1970), both after concluding their terms.
== Jawatan Naib Presiden ==