List of Presidents of Uruguay

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This is a list of people who have held the office of President of Uruguay.

Key: Colorado Party
(Partido Colorado-Colorados)
National Party
(Partido Nacional-Blancos)
Independent Civic-military dictatorship
(Dictadura cívico-militar)
Broad Front
(Frente Amplio)
Term of Office President
(Birth–Death)
Picture Party
November 6, 1830 –
October 24, 1834
Fructuoso Rivera
(1784–1854)
Fructuoso Rivera.jpg Colorado
October 24, 1834 –
March 1, 1835
Carlos Anaya
(1777–1862) [1]
Carlos Anaya.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1835 –
October 24, 1838
Manuel Oribe
(1792–1857)
Manuel Oribe.jpg National
October 24, 1838 –
March 1, 1839
Gabriel Antonio Pereira
(1794–1861) [1]
Pereira-gabriel.gif Colorado
March 1, 1839 –
March 1, 1843
Fructuoso Rivera
(1777–1862)
Fructuoso Rivera.jpg Colorado
February 16, 1843 –
October 8, 1851
Manuel Oribe
(1792–1857) [1]
Manuel Oribe.jpg National
March 1, 1843 –
February 15, 1852
Joaquín Suárez
(1781–1868) [1]
Joaquin Suarez con la banda presidencial.jpg Colorado
February 15, 1852 –
March 1, 1852
Bernardo Berro
(1803–1868) [1]
Bberro.JPG National
March 1, 1852 –
September 25, 1853
Juan Francisco Giró
(1791–1863)
Juan Francisco Giró.jpg National
September 25, 1853 –
March 12, 1854
Venancio Flores
(1808–1868) [2]
Floresvenancio.jpg Colorado
September 25, 1853 –
October 22, 1853
Juan Antonio Lavalleja
(1784–1853) [2]
Juan Antonio Lavalleja.gif Independent
September 25, 1853 –
January 13, 1854
Fructuoso Rivera
(1784–1854) [2]
Fructuoso Rivera.jpg Colorado
March 12, 1854 –
August 29, 1855
Venancio Flores
(1808–1868)
Floresvenancio.jpg Colorado
August 29, 1855 –
September 10, 1855
Luis Lamas [1] Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
September 10, 1855 –
February 15, 1856
Manuel Basilio Bustamante [1] Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
February 15, 1856 –
March 1, 1856
José María Plá [1] Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
March 1, 1856 –
March 1, 1860
Gabriel Antonio Pereira
(1794–1861)
Pereira-gabriel.gif Colorado
March 1, 1860 –
March 1, 1864
Bernardo Berro
(1803–1868)
Bberro.JPG National
March 1, 1864 –
February 15, 1865
Atanasio Aguirre
(1801–1875) [1]
Atanasio Aguirre.jpg National
February 15, 1865 –
February 20, 1865
Tomás Villalba
(1805–1886)
Tomás Villalba.jpg National
February 20, 1865 –
February 15, 1868
Venancio Flores
(1808–1868) [3]
Floresvenancio.jpg Colorado
February 15, 1868 –
March 1, 1868
Pedro Varela
(1837–1906) [1]
Pedro Varela.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1868 –
March 1, 1872
Lorenzo Batlle y Grau
(1810–1887)
Lorenzo Batlle y Grau.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1872 –
March 1, 1873
Tomás Gomensoro Albín
(1810–1900) [1]
Gomensoro-pedro.JPG Colorado
March 1, 1873 –
January 22, 1875
José Eugenio Ellauri
(1834–1894) [4]
JoseEllauri1870.jpg Colorado
January 22, 1875 –
January 22, 1875
Pedro Varela
(1837–1906) [3]
Pedro Varela.jpg Colorado
January 22, 1875 –
January 22, 1875
Pedro Carve [3] Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
January 22, 1875 –
March 10, 1876
Pedro Varela
(1837–1906)
Pedro Varela.jpg Colorado
March 10, 1876 –
February 14, 1879
Lorenzo Latorre
(1844–1916) [3]
LorenzoLatorre1875.jpg Colorado
February 14, 1879 –
March 1, 1879
Francisco Antonino Vidal
(1825–1889) [1]
Francisco Antonio Vidal.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1879 –
March 15, 1880
Lorenzo Latorre
(1844–1916)
LorenzoLatorre1875.jpg Colorado
March 15, 1880 –
February 1, 1882
Francisco Antonino Vidal
(1825–1889) [5]
Francisco Antonio Vidal.jpg Colorado
February 1, 1882 –
March 1, 1882
Alberto Flangini
(1824–1900) [1]
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
March 1, 1882 –
March 1, 1886
Máximo Santos
(1847–1889)
Msantosuy.JPG Colorado
March 1, 1886 –
May 24, 1886
Francisco Antonino Vidal
(1825–1889)
Francisco Antonio Vidal.jpg Colorado
May 24, 1886 –
November 18, 1886
Máximo Santos
(1847–1889) [1]
Msantosuy.JPG Colorado
November 18, 1886 –
March 1, 1890
Máximo Tajes
(1852–1912)
MaximoTajes.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1890 –
March 1, 1894
Julio Herrera y Obes
(1841–1912)
Julio Herrera y Obes.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1894 –
March 21, 1894
Duncan Stewart
(1833–1923) [1]
DuncanStewart.jpg Colorado
March 21, 1894 –
August 25, 1897
Juan Idiarte Borda
(1844–1897)
Idiarte borda.jpg Colorado
August 25, 1897 –
February 15, 1899
Juan Lindolfo Cuestas
(1837–1905) [6]
JuanLCuestas.jpg Colorado
February 15, 1899 –
March 1, 1899
José Batlle y Ordóñez
(1856–1929) [1]
JoseBatlle1900.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1899 –
March 1, 1903
Juan Lindolfo Cuestas
(1837–1905)
JuanLCuestas.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1903 –
March 1, 1907
José Batlle y Ordóñez
(1856–1929)
JoseBatlle1900.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1907 –
March 1, 1911
Claudio Williman
(1861–1934)
Williman.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1911 –
March 1, 1915
José Batlle y Ordóñez
(1856–1929)
JoseBatlle1900.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1915 –
March 1, 1919
Feliciano Viera
(1872–1927)
Viera-feliciano.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1919 –
March 1, 1923
Baltasar Brum
(1883–1933)
BaltasarBrum.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1923 –
March 1, 1927
José Serrato
(1868–1960)
JOSE SERRATO URUGUAY 1926.JPG Colorado
March 1, 1927 –
March 1, 1931
Juan Campisteguy
(1859–1937)
Campisteguy.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1931 –
June 19, 1938
Gabriel Terra
(1873–1942)
Terra1913.jpg Colorado
June 19, 1938 –
March 1, 1943
Alfredo Baldomir
(1884–1948)
AlfredoBaldomir.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1943 –
March 1, 1947
Juan José de Amézaga
(1881–1956)
Juan José de Amézaga.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1947 –
August 2, 1947
Tomás Berreta
(1875–1947)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
August 2, 1947 –
March 1, 1951
Luis Batlle Berres
(1897–1964)
Lbberres23.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1951 –
March 1, 1955
Andrés Martínez Trueba
(1884–1959)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
March 1, 1955 –
March 1, 1956
Luis Batlle Berres
(1897–1964)
Lbberres23.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1956 –
March 1, 1957
Alberto Fermín Zubiría
(1901–1971)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
March 1, 1957 –
March 1, 1958
Arturo Lezama
(1899–1964)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
March 1, 1958 –
March 1, 1959
Carlos Fischer
(1903–1969)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
March 1, 1959 –
March 1, 1960
Martín Echegoyen
(1891–1974)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
March 1, 1960 –
March 1, 1961
Benito Nardone
(1906–1964)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
March 1, 1961 –
March 1, 1962
Eduardo Víctor Haedo
(1901–1970)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
March 1, 1962 –
March 1, 1963
Faustino Harrison
(1900–1963)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
March 1, 1963 –
March 1, 1964
Daniel Fernández Crespo
(1901–1964)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
March 1, 1964 –
February 7, 1965
Luis Giannattasio
(1894–1965)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
February 7, 1965 –
March 1, 1966
Washington Beltrán
(1914–2003)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
March 1, 1966 –
February 28, 1967
Alberto Héber Usher
(1918–1981)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg National
March 1, 1967 –
December 6, 1967
Óscar Diego Gestido
(1901–1967)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado
December 6, 1967 –
March 1, 1972
Jorge Pacheco Areco
(1920–1998)
Jorge Pacheco Areco.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1972 –
June 12, 1976
Juan María Bordaberry
(1928–2011)
Juan Maria Bordaberry.jpg Colorado / Civic-military
June 12, 1976 –
September 1, 1976
Alberto Demicheli
(1896–1980) [1]
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Colorado / Civic-military
September 1, 1976 –
September 1, 1981
Aparicio Méndez
(1904–1988)
Aparicio Méndez.jpg National / Civic-military
September 1, 1981 –
February 12, 1985
Gregorio Conrado Álvarez
(1925–)
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Military
February 12, 1985 –
March 1, 1985
Rafael Addiego Bruno
(1923–2014) [1]
Coat of arms of Uruguay.svg Independent [7]
March 1, 1985 –
March 1, 1990
Julio María Sanguinetti
(1936–)
PresidenteSanguinettti.jpg Colorado
March 1, 1990 –
March 1, 1995
Luis Alberto Lacalle
(1941–)
Luisalbertolacalle2.jpg National
March 1, 1995 –
March 1, 2000
Julio María Sanguinetti
(1936–)
PresidenteSanguinettti.jpg Colorado
March 1, 2000 –
March 1, 2005
Jorge Batlle
(1927–)
Jorge Batlle.jpg Colorado
March 1, 2005 –
March 1, 2010
Tabaré Vázquez
(1940–)
Tabaré26022007.jpg Broad Front
March 1, 2010 –
March 1, 2015
José Mujica
(1935–)
Pepemujica2.jpg Broad Front
March 1, 2015 –
present
Tabaré Vázquez
(1940–)
Tabaré26022007.jpg Broad Front

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Acting.
  2. ^ a b c Triumvirate.
  3. ^ a b c d Provisional.
  4. ^ Acting until 1873.
  5. ^ Acting until 1880.
  6. ^ Acting until 1898, then provisional.
  7. ^ Former Chief Justice of Civic-military dictatorship.