Ituzaingó Partido

Ituzaingó
Partido de Ituzaingó
Department
location of in Buenos Aires Province
location of in Buenos Aires Province
Coordinates: 34°39′08″S 58°40′30″W / 34°39′08″S 58°40′30″W / -34.65222; -58.67500
CountryArgentina
EstablishedMay 14, 1995
Founded byprovincial law 11610
SeatItuzaingó
Government
 • MayorDr. Alberto Daniel Descalzo, PJ
Area
 • Total38 km2 (15 sq mi)
Population
 • Total168,419[1]
http://www.miituzaingo.gov.ar
Referencias culturales del ámbito local plasmadas artísticamente en la estructura.

Ituzaingó is a partido of Buenos Aires Province. It is in the Gran Buenos Aires urban area, Argentina, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of Buenos Aires city. It has an area of 38.51 km2 (14.9 sq mi) and a population of 168,419 (2010 census [INDEC]).[1] Its capital, the city of Ituzaingó, and the other districts in Ituzaingó Partido were part of the Morón Partido until 1995.

History

The partido of ltuzaingó stems from the Provincial Law No. 11,610 enacted on December 28, 1994, when Eduardo Duhalde was governor of the Province of Buenos Aires. It allowed the creation of the partidos of Hurlingham Partido and ltuzaingó from the division of the former partido of Morón Partido.

During the elections of May 14, 1995 came the first elected officials of ltuzaingó Partido for 1995-1999: Alberto Daniel Descalzo was elected mayor and took office on December 11 that year at a ceremony in the hall acts of the School No. 1. At the same time, the City Council was constituted by Horacio Ramiro González (First City Council president), Marcelo Nadal, Adalberto Montes de Oca, Luis Sosa, and Jose Gonzalez composing Justicialist Party bloc. Ricardo Vallarino, Ruben Rosso, and Alberto Fusco composing electoral coalition Frepaso-Pais bloc, and Yolanda Jaimez and Fernando Miño composing the Radical Civic Union bloc.[2]