Vice President of Bolivia


Vice President of Bolivia

This is a list of Vice Presidents of Bolivia, the second highest political position in Bolivia. There are several gaps in the list, caused by intermittent political turmoil. The names of Vice Presidents who also were President at one time or another are given in bold text. There may be errors in the dates given. Positions of two vice presidents, designated First Vice President and Second Vice President, were used between 1880 and 1920.

According to the current constitution, Vice President in elected in the same ticket as President. Vice President serves also as President of Congress.

# José Ramón de Loayza Pacheco (December 26, 1828January 1, 1829)
# José Miguel de Velasco (May 24, 1829July 23, 1835)
# Mariano Enrique Calvo (July 23, 1835February 17, 1839)
# Aniceto Arce, First Vice President (May 31, 1880 – 1881)
# Belisario Salinas Belzú, Second Vice President (May 31, 1880September 4, 1884)
# Mariano Baptista, First Vice President (September 4, 1884August 15, 1888)
# Jorge Oblitas, Second Vice President (September 4, 1884August 15, 1888)
# José Manuel del Carpio, First Vice President (August 13, 1888August 4, 1892)
# Serapio Reyes Ortiz, Second Vice President (August 15, 1888August 11, 1892)
# Severo Fernández Alonso, First Vice President (August 11, 1892August 19, 1896)
#* succeeded to the presidency following his election
# Rafael Peña de Flores, First Vice President (August 19, 1896April 12, 1899)
#* "overthrown in" coup
# Jenaro Sanjinés Calderón, Second Vice President (August 19, 1896April 12, 1899)
#* "overthrown in" coup
# Lucio Pérez Velasco, First Vice President (October 25, 1899 – 1903)
# Aníbal Capriles Cabrera, Second Vice President (October 25, 1899August 14, 1904)
# Eliodoro Villazón, First Vice President (August 14, 1904August 12, 1909)
# Valentín Abecia Ayllón, Second Vice President (August 14, 1904August 12, 1909)
# Macario Pinilla Vargas, First Vice President (August 12, 1909August 14, 1913)
# Juan Misael Saracho, Second Vice President (August 12, 1909August 14, 1913)
# Juan Misael Saracho, First Vice President (August 14, 1913 – 1915)
# José Carrasco Torrico, Second Vice President (August 14, 1913August 15, 1917)
# Ismael Vázquez Virreira, First Vice President (August 15, 1917July 12, 1920)
#* "overthrown in" coup
# José Santos Quinteros, Second Vice President (August 15, 1917July 12, 1920)
#* "overthrown in" coup
# Abdón Saavedra (January 10, 1926May 28, 1930)
#* "overthrown in" coup
# José Luis Tejada Sorzano (March 5, 1931November 27, 1934)
#* succeeded President Daniel Domingo Salamanca
# Enrique Baldivieso (May 28, 1938April 24, 1939)
# Julián Montellano (November 6, 1945July 21, 1946)
#* "overthrown in revolution"
# Mamerto Urriolagoitia (March 10, 1947October 24, 1949)
#* succeeded President Enrique Hertzog
# Hernán Siles Zuazo (April 15, 1952August 6, 1956)
#* succeeded to the presidency following his election
# Ñuflo Chávez Ortiz (August 6, 1956June 24, 1957)
# Juan Lechín Oquendo (August 6, 1960August 6, 1964)
# René Barrientos Ortuño (August 6, 1964November 4, 1964)
#* succeeded to the presidency in a "coup"
# Luis Adolfo Siles Salinas (August 6, 1966April 27, 1969)
#* succeeded to the presidency on the death of René Barrientos Ortuño
# Jaime Paz Zamora (October 10, 1982December 14, 1984)
# Julio Garrett Ayllón (August 6, 1985August 6, 1989)
# Luis Ossio (August 6, 1989August 6, 1993)
# Víctor Hugo Cárdenas (August 6, 1993August 6, 1997)
# Jorge Quiroga Ramírez (August 6, 1997August 7, 2001)
#* succeeded to the presidency on the resignation of Hugo Banzer Suárez
# Carlos Mesa (August 6, 2002June 9, 2005)
#* succeeded to the presidency on the resignation of Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada
# Álvaro García Linera (January 22, 2006 – present)

References

* [http://www.vicepres.gov.bo Vicepresidencia de la República de Bolivia]


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