Supreme Court of Uruguay

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The Supreme Court of Uruguay (Spanish: Suprema Corte de Justicia) is the highest court of law of Uruguay.

It was established in 1907. It is housed in the Palacio Piria, a masterpiece of eclectic architecture from 1917.[1]

Integration[edit]

The Supreme Court is composed of five members, named Ministers of the Supreme Court:

Former and present members[edit]

Name Period Name Period
Carlos Fein 1907–1908 Edenes A. Mallo 1965–1974
Domingo González 1907–1908 Velarde Cerdeiras 1967–1972
Luis Piera 1907–1910 Álvaro Méndez Modernell 1972–1974
Ezequiel Garzón 1907–1925 Rómulo Vago 1972–1978
Benito Cuñarro 1907–1928 Carlos Dubra 1972–1981
Luis Romeu Burgues 1908–1925 Sabino Dante Sabini 1973–1979
Julio Bastos 1908–1929 Agustín de Vega 1974–1976
Pablo de María 1911–1914 Francisco José Márcora 1974–1978
Abel Pinto 1914–1934 José Pedro Gatto de Souza 1976–1984
Ramón Montero Paullier 1925–1928 Enrique Frigerio 1978–1983
Miguel V. Martínez 1925–1933 Ramiro López Rivas 1978–1984
Teófilo Piñeiro 1928–1931 José Pedro Igoa 1979–1981
Juan A. Méndez del Marco 1928–1939 Erik Colombo 1981–1982
Julio Guani 1929–1944 Sara Fons de Genta 1981–1985
Pedro Aladio 1931–1934 Juan José Silva Delgado 1983–1985
Juan Aguirre y González 1934–1940 Rafael Addiego Bruno 1984–1993
Mariano Pereira Núñez 1935–1938 Jacinta Balbela 1985–1989
Blas Vidal 1935–1938 Nelson Nicoliello 1985–1989
Román Álvarez Cortés 1938–1941 Armando Tommasino 1985–1992
Zoilo Saldías 1938–1942 Nelson García Otero 1985–1992
Jaime Cibils Larravide 1940–1942 Jorge Pessano 1989–1990
Juan José Aguiar 1940–1948 Jorge Marabotto 1990–2000
Amaro Carve Urioste 1941–1945 Luis Torello 1991–1998
José B. Nattino 1942–1947 Raúl Alonso de Marco 1992–2002
Juan M. Minelli 1942–1949 Juan Mariño Chiarlone 1993–2001
Eduardo Artecona 1944–1953 Milton Cairoli 1993–2003
Enrique Armand Ugón 1945–1952 Gervasio Guillot 1998–2003
Francisco Gamarra 1947–1953 Roberto Parga 2000–2007
Bolívar Baliñas 1949–1950 Leslie van Rompaey 2002–2012
Álvaro Macedo 1949–1959 Daniel Gutiérrez 2002–2012
Rivera Astigarraga 1951–1961 Pablo Troise 2003–2006
Manuel López Esponda 1952–1962 Hipólito Rodríguez Caorsi 2003–2009
Luis Alberto Bouza 1954–1964 Sara Bossio 2006–2008
Julio César De Gregorio 1954–1964 Jorge Ruibal 2007-
Esteban Ruiz 1962–1967 Jorge Larrieux 2008-
Hamlet Reyes 1962–1972 Jorge Chediak 2009-
Emilio Siemens Amaro 1962–1972 Ricardo Pérez Manrique 2012-
Alberto Sánchez Rogé 1965–1973 Julio César Chalar 2012-

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