Vice President of Paraguay

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Vice President of Paraguay is the second highest political position in Paraguay. According to the current constitution, the vice president is elected in the same ticket as the president and if the president is unable to continue, the vice president takes over

Vice Presidency was created in the constitution of 1844. Before that time the president appointed the vice president.

Name[1][2] Inaugurated Left Office Picture
Mariano González 1844 1854
Francisco Solano López 1854 1862 Solano Lopez 1867.png
Domingo Francisco Sánchez 1862 1870
Cayo Miltos 1870 1871
Salvador Jovellanos 1871 1871
Higinio Uriarte 1874 1877
Adolfo Saguier 1878 1880
Bernardino Caballero 1880 1881
Juan Antonio Jara 1882 1886
José del Rosario Miranda 1886 1890
Marcos Moríñigo 1890 1894
Facundo Insfrán 1894 1898
Andrés Héctor Carvallo 1899 1902
Manuel Domínguez 1902 1904
Emiliano González Navero 1906 1908
Juan Bautista Gaona 1910 1911
Pedro Bobadilla 1912 1916
José Pedro Montero 1916 1919
Félix Paiva 1920 1921
Manuel Burgos 1924 1928
Emiliano González Navero 1928 1932
Raúl Casal-Ribeiro 1932 1936
Luis Alberto Riart 1939 1940 LUIS RIART.jpg
No Vice President 1940 1993
Ángel Roberto Seifart 1993 1998
Luis María Argaña 1998 1999
Julio César Franco 2000 2002
Luis Castiglioni 2003 2007 Luis Castiglioni detail 050601-D-2987S-010.jpg
Francisco Oviedo 2007 2008
Federico Franco 2008 2012 Federico Franco.jpg
Óscar Denis 2012 2013
Juan Afara 2013

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