Argentina


Given the breadth of Argentina during soils, climate has varied., As in the north, broad grasslands south of the rainforest, the desert is cold and icy. Due to the fertile soil and the spread of agriculture and animal husbandry, as 60 percent of Argentina's exports of wheat, barley, maize, sugar cane and cattle meat to form. Like ripples along the Andean barrier is Mrzshyly. The Colorado River District is located in South Patagvny though the bulk of it is semi-desert grassland, however, is considered important. Nearly 80% of the population living on farms in the Pampas region, one of the most productive agricultural areas of the world. Subtropical plains of northeastern Argentina, part of the meadow, and tropical forests in the Chaco is expensive.  important rivers: the Paraná, Colorado, Negro, Saldv, Chvbvt  The highest point is Mount Aconcagua 6960 m altitude  Climate: mostly temperate climates Argentina has a mild subtropical North East is a Southern cooler mountains high Andean climate is semi-polar. Heavy rainfall in the Andes Mountains and the Far East, but decreases to the south and southwest.

Government
And vice president elected for six-year term by the electoral college vote of its 600 members that will select all adults. House of Representatives has 254 members who are elected for four years by a vote of all adults and one-half of its members are retired two years. Local legislative delegation of 46 members of the Senate chose to nine years, every three years, 18 members have resigned.  major political parties include: • Radical Civic Union (UCR) • Justice Party (Prvnyst) • Democratic Union Middle Join United Nations Association of Latin American unity, the southern market.

History
From 1880, large-scale European immigration and investment in Rzhanytn Great Britain, the former colony of Spain, which helped to foster economic development. Prosperity due to the "Great Depression" in 1930 ended a long period of rule of law, a military coup was broken. In 1946, Juan Peron (1895 to 1974), the popular leader, came to power with the support of unions. Eva, his wife, and after his death in 1955 was a powerful and popular prone to failed economic policies and his opposition to the Clergymen were ousted from power in 1955. Subsequent civilian governments were incapable of mastering inflation, rebellious, and again from 1966 to 1973 the military seized power. Unstable period of civilian rule from 1973 to 1976 was president of repeated short-prone. The economic crisis resulted in a coup Myqtrshdn others. In 1976, the military took control of the detention and disappearance of thousands of anti-regime protests were international. In April 1982, General Galtyary occupation of the Falkland Islands and gave Tvabsh. Argentina has long claimed the islands. Expeditionary Force in June 1982 and went back to the islands of Great Britain ((Galtyary)) resigned. Constitutional rule was restored in 1983 under President Raul Lfvnsyn again.

Education
Literacy rate: 95% (est. 1990). Compulsory school age 6 to 14 years. Number of universities: 28 public universities and 20 private universities.

Economy
Argentina is one of the largest producers of beef and mutton, wool, wheat, and in the world. Grain production in the Pampas region, while fruit and grape production is considered important in the North West. More than half the area of ​​the Pampas region in Argentina ranges form the beef and sheep farming is Patagvny Despite these industries include chemicals, steel, cement, paper, pulp, textiles now has the largest share of the economy. . Energy sources, mainly coal, nuclear and hydro power plants account. These countries in terms of natural resources, including oil, natural gas, iron ore and rare earth metals is rich and great potential for hydroelectric power is generated. Argentina's incredibly self-sufficient, however, because of its position as an economic power, political instability and high inflation has declined. However, the economic outlook has improved the financial reforms of the 1990s.