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The National Constitution was adopted in , and has been amended several times since then. The last revision dates back to Under its Constitution, Argentina is organized as a Federal State, with distinct powers being accorded to the Federal State and the provinces. The National Executive is headed by a President elected by universal suffrage under a system of double tour election ballotage. The Members of the Chamber of Deputies currently deputies represent the people of the provinces and the City of Buenos Aires.
Each province there are 23 provinces and the City of Buenos Aires are separate districts, and elect their deputies to the National Legislative from lists established by the political parties, under a proportional system.
Deputies hold office for a term of four years and may be re-elected, and the Chamber is renewed by half every two years. Further to the amendment of the Constitution, the Senate 72 seats is made up of three senators for each province, and three for the City of Buenos Aires, jointly and directly elected, corresponding to two seats for the political party obtaining the majority of votes, and the other seat to the political party coming in second.
Senators hold office for a term of six years and may be re-elected; but the Senate is renewed by one-third of the constituencies every two years. The adoption of a law requires the approval by both chambers of the Legislature, and promulgation by the President, who may reject it partially or totally.
The Presidential veto can, however, be overturned by a qualified majority of two thirds of the votes in each Chamber. The Judicial Power is vested in a Supreme Court nine Judges appointed by the President with the approval of the Senate and in lower courts. Depending on the substance of the dispute at stake, or the nature of the parties to a judicial procedure, legal cases may be heard either by federal or by provincial jurisdictions. The federal capital is the City of Buenos Aires, and since the Constitutional Amendment of it elects its own local government, headed by a Major Intendente.