First country in South American to grant woman suffrage.
A 1941 electoral law granted a limited franchise to women (to vote for and be elected to provincial bodies) if they held a university degree or had completed vocational raining, a teacher’s college, or secondary schooling. Full political rights were granted to women in 1946
*Right to vote/stand for election in “municipal elections”
Right to vote extended to “literate women and those with a certain level of income”.