Vice President of Burma

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Vice President of the
Republic of the Union of Myanmar
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Incumbent
Sai Mauk Kham
Nyan Tun

since 30 March 2011
since 15 August 2012
Nominator Assembly of the Union
Appointer Presidential Electoral College
Term length Five years, renewable once
Inaugural holder Sai Mauk Kham
Nyan Tun
Formation 30 March 2011
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The Vice President of Burma also known as Vice President of Myanmar, is the second highest-ranking post in the government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.[1] The office was established by the 2008 Burmese constitution and ranks directly after the President. The office came into effect on 30 March 2011, when the new government assumed de jure power.

There are two vice presidential posts in the government.

List of Vice Presidents of Burma/Myanmar (2011–present)[edit]

(Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office)

Colour key
(for political parties)
Vice President Term of office Political party
I# T# Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Duration
1 1 Tin Aung Myint Oo.jpg Tin Aung Myint Oo
(b. 1950)
First Vice President
30 March 2011 1 July 2012[2] 1 year, 93 days Union Solidarity and Development Party
2 Mauk Kham.jpg Sai Mauk Kham
(b. 1950)
Second Vice President
30 March 2011 1 July 2012 4 years, 94 days Union Solidarity and Development Party
(1) First Vice President 1 July 2012 Incumbent
(2) Nyan Tun World Economic Forum 2013.jpg Nyan Tun
(b. 1954)
Second Vice President
15 August 2012[3] Incumbent 2 years, 321 days Military

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