List of Vice Presidents of Colombia

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This is a List of Vice Presidents of Colombia.

Vice Presidents of the Independent States[edit]

State of Antioquia[edit]

# Image Name
From
Took Office
Left Office
Party
President(s)
Ref
1 Pantaleón de Arango Arango González de Bustos, Pantaleón dePantaleón de Arango González de Bustos Antioquia 30 October 1811 7 February 1813 Gómez Londoño
/Restrepo Puerta

State of Cundinamarca[edit]

# Image Name
From
Took Office
Left Office
Party
President(s)
Ref
1 José María Domínguez del Castillo Domínguez del Castillo, José MaríaJosé María Domínguez del Castillo Bogotá 4 August 1811 21 September 1811 Tadeo Lozano [1]

State of Cartagena de Indias[edit]

# Image Name
From
Took Office
Left Office
Party
President(s)
Ref
1 Manuel Rodríguez Torices Rodríguez Torices, ManuelManuel Rodríguez Torices Bolívar 21 January 1812 1 April 1812 del Real [2]

Vice Presidents of the United Provinces of New Granada (1812-1816)[edit]

# Image Name
From
Took Office
Left Office
Party
President(s)
Ref
zVacant 19 September 1827 4 May 1830
1 Manuel Rodríguez Torices Rodríguez Torices, ManuelManuel Rodríguez Torices Bolívar 15 November 1815 14 March 1816 Torres Tenorio [2]
zVacant 14 March 1816 30 June 1816 Fernández Madrid
2 Liborio Mejía Gutiérrez Mejía Gutiérrez, LiborioLiborio Mejía Gutiérrez Antioquia 30 June 1816 10 July 1816 García Rovira [3]
zVacant 10 July 1816 16 September 1816 Mejía Gutiérrez
Serrano Uribe
zAbolished 16 September 1816 17 December 1819

Vice Presidents of the Republic of Colombia (1819-1831)[edit]

Vice Presidents of the Departments[edit]

Upon creation of the Republic of Colombia, Congress divided the country into three departments and appointed a "Vice President" to each one. These vice presidents were more like governors of their department however, and there was no "President" for every department. so it was:

The office of Vice President of Quito was left vacant since it was still under Spanish rule, but once if was liberated the office was never filled either.

Vice Presidents of the Republic[edit]

# Image Name
From
Took Office
Left Office
Party
President(s)
Ref
1 Francisco Antonio Zea Zea Díaz, Francisco AntonioFrancisco Antonio Zea Díaz Antioquia 17 December 1819 21 March 1820 Bolívar [4]
2 Juan Germán Roscio Roscio Nieves, Juan GermánJuan Germán Roscio Nieves Guárico 21 March 1820 4 April 1821 Bolívar [5]
3 Antonio Nariño Nariño y Álvarez, AntonioAntonio Nariño y Álvarez Bogotá 4 April 1821 6 June 1821 Bolívar [6]
4 José María del Castillo y Rada Castillo y Rada, José María delJosé María del Castillo y Rada Bolívar 6 June 1821 3 October 1821 Bolívar [7]
5 Francisco de Paula Santander Santander y Omaña, Francisco de PaulaFrancisco de Paula Santander y Omaña Norte de Santander 3 October 1821 19 September 1827 Bolívar [8]
zSuspended 19 September 1827 3 May 1830
6 Domingo Caycedo Caycedo y Sanz de Santamaría , DomingoDomingo Caycedo y Sanz de Santamaría Bogotá 3 May 1830 21 November 1831 M. de Mosquera y Arboleda [9]

Vice Presidents of the Republic of New Granada (1831-1858)[edit]

# Image Name
From
Took Office
Left Office
Party
President(s)
Ref
1 José María Obando Obando del Campo, José MaríaJosé María Obando del Campo Cauca 21 November 1831 10 March 1832 Exalted Liberal Caycedo y Sanz de Santamaría [10]
2 José Ignacio de Márquez Márquez Barreto, José Ignacio deJosé Ignacio de Márquez Barreto Boyacá 10 March 1832 12 May 1833 Santander y Omaña [11]
3 Joaquín Mosquera Mosquera y Arboleda, Joaquín MarianoJoaquín Mariano Mosquera y Arboleda Cauca 12 May 1833 1 April 1835 Santander y Omaña [12]
4 José Ignacio de Márquez Márquez Barreto, José Ignacio deJosé Ignacio de Márquez Barreto Boyacá 1 April 1835 1 April 1837 Santander y Omaña [11]
5 Domingo Caycedo Caycedo y Sanz de Santamaría , DomingoDomingo Caycedo y Sanz de Santamaría Bogotá 1 April 1837 1 April 1843 Márquez Barreto/
Herrán Martínez
[9]
6 Gori y Álvarez de Castro, Joaquín JoséJoaquín José Gori y Álvarez de Castro Cartagena 1 April 1843 1 April 1845 Herrán Martínez
7 Rufino Cuervo Barreto Cuervo y Barreto, RufinoRufino Cuervo y Barreto Cundinamarca 1 April 1845 1 April 1851 C. de Mosquera y Arboleda/
López Valdés
[13]
8 José de Obaldía Obaldía y Orejuela, José deJosé de Obaldía y Orejuela Veraguas 1 April 1851 1 April 1855 Republican López Valdés/
Obando del Campo
[14]
9 Manuel María Mallarino Mallarino Ibargüen, Manuel MaríaManuel María Mallarino Ibargüen Valle del Cauca 1 April 1855 1 April 1857 Obaldía y Orejuela [15]
zAbolished 1 April 1857 4 August 1886

Vice Presidents of the United States of Colombia (1863–1886)[edit]

Vice Presidents of the Republic of Colombia (1886-present)[edit]

      Conservative       Liberal       Colombia First       Social Party of National Unity

# Image Name
From
Took Office
Left Office
Party
President(s)
Ref
zVacant 4 August 1886 6 January 1887 Campo Serrano
Payán Hurtado
1 Eliseo Payán Payán Hurtado, EliseoEliseo Payán Hurtado Valle del Cauca 13 December 1887 8 February 1888 Conservative Núñez Moledo [16]
zVacant 8 February 1888 7 August 1892 Núñez Moledo
2 Miguel Antonio Caro Caro Tobar, Miguel AntonioMiguel Antonio Caro Tobar Bogotá 7 August 1892 18 September 1894[b] Conservative Núñez Moledo[b] [17]
zVacant 18 September 1894 7 August 1898 Caro Tobar[b]
3 José Manuel Marroquín Marroquín Ricaurte, José ManuelJosé Manuel Marroquín Ricaurte Bogotá 7 August 1898 31 July 1900 Conservative Sanclemente Sanclemente [18]
zVacant 31 July 1900 7 August 1904 Marroquín Ricaurte
4 Ramón González Valencia González Valencia, RamónRamón González Valencia Norte de Santander 7 August 1904 10 March 1905 Conservative Reyes Prieto
zAbolished 10 March 1905 7 August 1994
5 De la Calle Lombana, HumbertoHumberto De la Calle Lombana Caldas 7 August 1994 19 September 1997 Liberal Samper Pizano
6 Carlos Lemos Simmonds Lemos Simmonds, CarlosCarlos Lemos Simmonds Cauca 19 September 1997 7 August 1998 Liberal Samper Pizano [19]
7 Gustavo Adolfo Bell Bell Lemus, Gustavo AdolfoGustavo Adolfo Bell Lemus Atlántico 7 August 1998 7 August 2002 Conservative Pastrana Arango
8 Francisco Santos Calderón Santos Calderón , FranciscoFrancisco Santos Calderón Bogotá 7 August 2002 7 August 2010 Colombia First Uribe Vélez [20]
9 Angelino Garzón Garzón, AngelinoAngelino Garzón Buga 7 August 2010 7 August 2014 Social Party of National Unity Santos Calderón [20]
10 Germán Lleras Germán Vargas Lleras Bogotá 7 August 2014 Incumbent Social Party of National Unity Santos Calderón

Living former vice presidents[edit]

As of June 2014, there are five living former presidents:

Vice President Years in office Date of birth
Humberto de la Calle Lombana 1994–1997 (1946-07-14) 14 July 1946 (age 68)
Gustavo Adolfo Bell Lemus 1998–2002 (1957-02-01) 1 February 1957 (age 57)
Francisco Santos Calderón 2002–2010 (1961-08-14) 14 August 1961 (age 53)

The most recent death of a former vice president was that of Carlos Lemos Simmonds (1997–1998) on 30 July 2003; he was 69 years old.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "José María Domínguez del Castillo". Colegio Mayor de San Bartolomé. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  2. ^ a b "Manuel Rodríguez Torices". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  3. ^ "Líborio Mejía". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  4. ^ "Francisco Antonio Zea". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  5. ^ "Juan Germán Roscio". Venezuela Tuya. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  6. ^ "Antonio Nariño y Alvarez". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  7. ^ "José María del Castillo y Rada". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  8. ^ "Francisco de Paula Santander y Omaña". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  9. ^ a b "Domingo Caicedo y Sanz de Santamaría". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  10. ^ "José María Obando". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  11. ^ a b "José Ignacio de Márquez". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  12. ^ "Joaquín Mosquera". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. [dead link]
  13. ^ "Rufino Cuervo Barreto". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  14. ^ "José de Obaldía". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  15. ^ "Manuel María Mallarino". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. [dead link]
  16. ^ "Eliseo Payán". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  17. ^ "Miguel Antonio Caro". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  18. ^ "José Manuel Marroquín". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  19. ^ "Carlos Lemos Simmonds". Biblioteca Virtual del Banco de la República. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 
  20. ^ a b "Doctor Francisco Santos Calderón". Vicepresidente de la República de Colombia. Retrieved 2009-06-10. 


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