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Vice President of Uruguay


Vice President of Uruguay

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politics and government of
Foreign relations


  • History of the office 1
  • List of Vice Presidents of Uruguay 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History of the office

The office of Vice President of Uruguay dates from 1934[1] but was in abeyance from 1955–1967 and again from 1973-1985.

List of Vice Presidents of Uruguay

Key: Colorado Party
(Partido Colorado-Colorados)
National Party
(Partido Nacional-Blancos)
Independent Broad Front
(Frente Amplio)
Term of Office Vice President Picture Party
1934–1938 César Charlone Colorado
1938–1943 Alfredo Navarro Colorado
1943–1947 Alberto Guani Colorado
1947 Luis Batlle Berres Colorado
1947–1955 Alfeo Brum Colorado
1955–1967 Position vacant
1967 Jorge Pacheco Areco Colorado
1967–1972 Alberto Abdala Colorado
1972–1973 Jorge Sapelli Colorado
1973–1985 Position vacant
1985–1990 Enrique Tarigo Colorado
1990–1995 Gonzalo Aguirre National
1995–1998 Hugo Batalla Colorado
1998–2000 Hugo Fernández Faingold Colorado
2000–2005 Luis Antonio Hierro López Colorado
2005–2010 Rodolfo Nin Novoa Frente Amplio
2010–2015 Danilo Astori Frente Amplio
2015–Present Raúl Fernando Sendic Rodríguez Frente Amplio

See also


  1. ^ 'Vicepresidente de Uruguay', WorldHeritage (in Spanish) Vicepresidente de Uruguay

External links

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