Vice President of Peru

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Vice President of
the Republic of Peru
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Incumbent
Marisol Espinoza

since July 28, 2011
Residence Government Palace
Appointer Direct popular election
Term length Five years, not renewable immediately
Inaugural holder Juan Antonio Pezet and Pedro Diez Canseco (1862)
Ernesto Montagne Markholz (1936)
Formation October 24, 1862 (1862-1930)
April 13, 1936 (1936-)
Website www.presidencia.gob.pe
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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Peru
Constitution

The Republic of Peru has two Vice Presidents who are elected along with the President in democratic elections. Their only mission is to replace the President in case of death, travel, judge, and other cases. Vice Presidents are first in the Presidential line of succession.

List of First Vice Presidents of Peru[edit]

# First Vice President Political Party Inaugurated Left office President
1 Ernesto Montagne Markholz Peruvian Army April 13, 1936 December 8, 1939 Óscar R. Benavides
2 Rafael Larco Herrera Conservative December 8, 1939 July 28, 1945 Manuel Prado Ugarteche
3 José Gálvez Barrenechea National Democratic Front July 28, 1945 October 29, 1948 José Bustamante y Rivero
- Zenón Noriega Agüero Peruvian Army October 29, 1948 June 1, 1950 Manuel A. Odría
Vacant (June 1, 1950-July 28, 1950)
4 Héctor Boza Aizcorbe Restoration Party July 28, 1950 July 28, 1956 Manuel A. Odría
5 Luis Gallo Porras Peruvian Democratic Movement July 28, 1956 July 18, 1962 Manuel Prado Ugarteche
- Nicolás Lindley López Peruvian Army July 18, 1962 March 3, 1963 Ricardo Pérez Godoy
Vacant (March 3, 1963-July 28, 1963)
6 Edgardo Seoane Corrales Popular Action July 28, 1963 October 3, 1968 Fernando Belaúnde Terry
- Luis Edgardo Mercado Jarrín Peruvian Army October 3, 1968 August 30, 1975 Juan Velasco Alvarado
- Pedro Ritcher Prada Peruvian Army August 30, 1975 July 28, 1980 Francisco Morales Bermúdez
7 Fernando Schwalb López-Aldana Popular Action July 28, 1980 July 28, 1985 Fernando Belaúnde Terry
8 Luis Alberto Sánchez Sánchez Peruvian Aprista Party July 28, 1985 July 28, 1990 Alan García Pérez
9 Maximo San Román Cáceres Change 90 July 28, 1990 April 5, 1992 Alberto Fujimori
Vacant (April 5, 1992-July 28, 1995)
10 Ricardo Márquez Flores Change 90-New Majority July 28, 1995 July 28, 2000 Alberto Fujimori
11 Francisco Tudela Van Breugel-Douglas Peru 2000 July 28, 2000 November 22, 2000 Alberto Fujimori
Vacant (November 22, 2000-July 28, 2001)
12 Raúl Diez Canseco Terry Popular Action July 28, 2001 January 30, 2004 Alejandro Toledo Manrique
Vacant (January 30, 2004-July 28, 2006)
13 Luis Giampietri Rojas Peruvian Aprista Party July 28, 2006 July 28, 2011 Alan García Pérez
14 Marisol Espinoza Cruz Peruvian Nationalist Party July 28, 2011 Incumbent Ollanta Humala

List of Second Vice Presidents of Peru[edit]

# Second Vice President Political Party Inaugurated Left office President
1 Peruvian Army April 13, 1936 December 8, 1939 Óscar R. Benavides
2 Carlos D. Gibson Conservative December 8, 1939 July 28, 1945 Manuel Prado Ugarteche
3 Eduardo Ganoza y Ganoza National Democratic Front July 28, 1945 October 29, 1948 José Bustamante y Rivero
- Zenón Noriega Agüero Peruvian Army October 29, 1948 June 1, 1950 Manuel A. Odría
Vacant (June 1, 1950-July 28, 1950)
4 Federico Bolognesi Restoration Party July 28, 1950 July 28, 1956 Manuel A. Odría
5 Carlos Moreyra y Paz Soldán Peruvian Democratic Movement July 28, 1956 July 18, 1962 Manuel Prado Ugarteche
- Pedro Vargas Prada Peruvian Army July 18, 1962 March 3, 1963 Ricardo Pérez Godoy
Vacant (March 3, 1963-July 28, 1963)
6 Mario Polar Ugarteche Christian Democracy July 28, 1963 October 3, 1968 Fernando Belaúnde Terry
- Luis Edgardo Mercado Jarrín Peruvian Army October 3, 1968 August 30, 1975 Juan Velasco Alvarado
- Pedro Ritcher Prada Peruvian Army August 30, 1975 July 28, 1980 Francisco Morales Bermúdez
7 Javier Alva Orlandini Popular Action July 28, 1980 July 28, 1985 Fernando Belaúnde Terry
8 Luis Alva Castro Peruvian Aprista Party July 28, 1985 July 28, 1990 Alan García Pérez
9 Carlos García y García Change 90 July 28, 1990 April 5, 1992 Alberto Fujimori
Vacant (April 5, 1992-July 28, 1995)
10 César Paredes Canto Change 90-New Majority July 28, 1995 July 28, 2000 Alberto Fujimori
11 Ricardo Márquez Flores Peru 2000 July 28, 2000 November 22, 2000 Alberto Fujimori
Vacant (November 22, 2000-July 28, 2001)
12 David Waisman Rjavinsthi Possible Peru July 28, 2001 July 28, 2006 Alejandro Toledo Manrique
13 Lourdes Mendoza del Solar Peruvian Aprista Party July 28, 2006 July 28, 2011 Alan García Pérez
14 Omar Chehade Moya Peruvian Nationalist Party July 28, 2011 January 16, 2012 Ollanta Humala
Vacant (January 16, 2012-present)

See also[edit]