Vice President of Bolivia

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Vice Presidents of Bolivia is the second highest political position in Bolivia. There are several gaps in the list, caused by intermittent political turmoil.

Positions of two vice presidents, designated First Vice President and Second Vice President, were used between 1880 and 1920.[1]

According to the current constitution, Vice President in elected in the same ticket as President. Vice President has also served as President of Congress 1921-1939 and since 1967. Vice President acts as the constitutional successor of the President in case of a vacancy.

Office holders[2][edit]

Vice President President Inaugurated Left Office
José Ramón de Loayza Pacheco Pedro Blanco Soto 26 December 1828 1 January 1829
José Miguel de Velasco Andrés de Santa Cruz 24 May 1829 23 July 1835
Mariano Enrique Calvo Andrés de Santa Cruz 23 July 1835 17 February 1839
Vice President President Inaugurated Left Office
Aniceto Arce, First Vice President Narciso Campero Leyes 31 May 1880 11 March 1881
Belisario Salinas Belzú, Second Vice President Narciso Campero Leyes 31 May 1880 4 September 1884
Mariano Baptista, First Vice President Gregorio Pacheco Leyes 4 September 1884 15 August 1888
Jorge Oblitas, Second Vice President Gregorio Pacheco Leyes 4 September 1884 15 August 1888
José Manuel del Carpio, First Vice President Aniceto Arce 15 August 1888 4 August 1892
Serapio Reyes Ortiz, Second Vice President Aniceto Arce 15 August 1888 11 August 1892
Severo Fernández Alonso, First Vice President Mariano Baptista 11 August 1892 19 August 1896
Rafael Peña de Flores, First Vice President Severo Fernández Alonso 19 August 1896 12 April 1899
Jenaro Sanjinés Calderón, Second Vice President Severo Fernández Alonso 19 August 1896 12 April 1899
Lucio Pérez Velasco, First Vice President José Manuel Pando 25 October 1899 24 January 1903
Aníbal Capriles Cabrera, Second Vice President José Manuel Pando 25 October 1899 14 August 1904
Eliodoro Villazón, First Vice President Ismael Montes 14 August 1904 12 August 1909
Valentín Abecia Ayllón, Second Vice President Ismael Montes 14 August 1904 12 August 1909
Macario Pinilla Vargas, First Vice President Eliodoro Villazón 12 August 1909 14 August 1913
Juan Misael Saracho, Second Vice President Eliodoro Villazón 12 August 1909 14 August 1913
Juan Misael Saracho, First Vice President Ismael Montes 14 August 1913 1 October 1915
José Carrasco Torrico, Second Vice President Ismael Montes 14 August 1913 15 August 1917
Ismael Vázquez Virreira, First Vice President José Gutiérrez Guerra 15 August 1917 12 August 1920
José Santos Quinteros, Second Vice President José Gutiérrez Guerra 15 August 1917 12 August 1920
Vice President President Inaugurated Left Office
Abdón Saavedra Hernando Siles Reyes 10 January 1926 28 May 1930
José Luis Tejada Sorzano Daniel Salamanca 5 March 1931 27 November 1934
Enrique Baldivieso Germán Busch 28 May 1938 24 April 1939
Julián Montellano Gualberto Villarroel 6 November 1945 21 July 1946
Mamerto Urriolagoitía Enrique Hertzog 10 March 1947 24 October 1949
Hernán Siles Zuazo Víctor Paz Estenssoro 15 April 1952 6 August 1956
Ñuflo Chávez Ortiz Hernán Siles Zuazo 6 August 1956 24 June 1957
Juan Lechín Oquendo Víctor Paz Estenssoro 6 August 1960 6 August 1964
René Barrientos Ortuño Víctor Paz Estenssoro 6 August 1964 4 November 1964
Luis Adolfo Siles Salinas René Barrientos Ortuño 6 August 1966 27 April 1969
Jaime Paz Zamora Hernán Siles Zuazo 10 October 1982 14 December 1984
Julio Garrett Ayllón Víctor Paz Estenssoro 6 August 1985 6 August 1989
Luis Ossio Jaime Paz Zamora 6 August 1989 6 August 1993
Víctor Hugo Cárdenas Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada 6 August 1993 6 August 1997
Jorge Quiroga Ramírez Hugo Banzer 6 August 1997 7 August 2001
Carlos Mesa Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada 6 August 2002 9 June 2005
Álvaro García Linera Evo Morales 22 January 2006 Incumbent

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