2001 in Argentina

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2001
in
Argentina

Decades:
See also: Other events of 2001
List of years in Argentina

Events from the year 2001 in Argentina

Incumbents

Events

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

  • 16 December: Unemployed activists and protestors demanding food from supermarkets cause several incidents in Greater Buenos Aires.
  • 18 December: Supermarkets and convenience stores start being looted in several places of Greater Buenos Aires and Rosario.
  • 19 December: President de la Rúa declares a state of emergency. Cacerolazos erupt in major cities. Minister Domingo Cavallo resigns.
  • 20 December: Violent incidents in Plaza de Mayo between protestors and police, and in other parts of the country. 26 people die. The president resigns.
  • 22 December: After Congress deliberations, Adolfo Rodríguez Saá is appointed interim president.
  • 30 December: Rodríguez Saá fails to obtain political support from his fellow party members, and resigns after only a week in office.

Deaths

Sports

See worldwide 2001 in sports
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