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Hermes Juan Binner (n. Rafaela, Argentina, 5 de junio de 1943) es un médico y político argentino. Pertenece al Partido Socialista, siendo Presidente del partido desde mayo de 2012. Fue el 82º. gobernador de la provincia de Santa Fe (de 2007 a 2011), el primer socialista que ocupa un cargo de este nivel en la historia de la Argentina.

 

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En los años 1980, ya en democracia, fue director y vicedirector de hospitales públicos de la Provincia de Santa Fe. Entre 1989 y 1993 fue Secretario de Salud de la Municipalidad de Rosario, durante la gestión del entonces socialista Héctor Cavallero y, entre 1993 y 1995, fue concejal por su partido en la misma ciudad. En 1995 fue elegido intendente de Rosario, cargo para el que fue reelegido en 1999, permaneciendo en el cargo entre 1995 y 2003.

 

En las elecciones legislativas del 23 de octubre de 2005 resultó elegido diputado nacional por Santa Fe, en representación del Frente Progresista, Cívico y Social, una alianza entre el Partido Socialista, la Unión Cívica Radical, el ARI y el Partido Demócrata Progresista, entre otras agrupaciones. En las elecciones del 2 de septiembre de 2007 Hermes Binner resultó electo como gobernador de la Provincia de Santa Fe representando al Frente Progresista, Cívico y Social que presentó la fórmula Hermes Binner-Griselda Tessio.

 

El 11 de junio de 2011, el Congreso Socialista proclamó la fórmula presidencial: Hermes Binner/Norma Morandini (senadora nacional por la provincia de Córdoba) para las elecciones presidenciales que se realizaron en Argentina en el mes de octubre de 2011. El 17 de mayo de 2012, Hermes Binner asumió la presidencia del Partido Socialista por el consenso mayoritario de sus miembros.

 

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Hermes Juan Binner (born June 5, 1943) is an Argentine physician and a politician. He was elected Governor of Santa Fe in 2007. Binner is the first Socialist to become the governor of an Argentine province, and the first non-Justicialist to rule Santa Fe since 1983. Binner was previously a Deputy of the Civic and Social Progressive Front, a Santa Fe party coalition including the Socialist Party, the Radical Civic Union and other left-wing parties, since the parliamentary elections of October 23, 2005.

 

Political career

Guillermo Estévez Boero and Binner co-founded the Popular Socialist Party (Partido Socialist Popular, PSP) in Buenos Aires on April 23, 1972, a merger of the Argentine Socialist Party (PSA) with other left-wing groups. After Cavallero's term, in 1993, Binner was elected concejal (member of the City Council) for the PSP. From this platform he developed a trajectory that led him to present himself as a candidate for the municipal elections of 1995.

 

Binner was elected Mayor of Rosario in 1995 and then re-elected in 1999, ending his second four-year term in 2003. He was candidate to the governorship of the province of Santa Fe, obtaining a larger percentage of the popular vote than any of the other candidates, but the controversial voting system in place at the time (Ley de Lemas) caused the Socialist Party to lose the election to the Peronist Party.

 

On December 8, 2003, months after the end of Binner's second term, the United Nations acknowledged the people and the government of Rosario as a model of democratic governance among 257 Latin American cities. Hermes Binner was succeeded in office by one of his former municipal officials, Miguel Lifschitz, who has continued and developed the policies outlined above, and was re-elected in 2007.

 

Binner won the provincial election of September 2, 2007, by a significant margin (by 48% to 38%) over Bielsa. He was sworn in on December 11, becoming the first Socialist governor in the history of Argentina, and the first non-Justicialist to rule Santa Fe since 1983.

 

On June 11, 2011, the Socialist Congress vote the candidature for presidential elections: Hermes Binner - Norma Morandini. That candidature is in representation of the Broad Progressive Front, a grouping launched in Buenos Aires in June 2011. In this new alliance participated the Socialist Party, with other parts of the called "democratic left": Civic Front, GEN, Buenos Aires for Everyone, Movement of the free people of the south, Popular Union. On August 14, 2011, in the primary elections for the presidency he came fourth with 11% of the votes. On October 23,. 2011, in the General elections for the presidency he came second with 17% of the votes, behind Cristina Fernández.

 

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February 19, 2013

updated: 2013-10-01

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