Vice President of El Salvador

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Vice President of El Salvador is a political position in El Salvador which is elected concurrently with the position of President of El Salvador.

A list of the office holders follows. The list is not complete.

1962–79[edit]

Vice President Inaugurated Left Office President Notes
Francisco Roberto Lima 1 July 1962 1 July 1967 Julio Adalberto Rivera Carballo
Humberto Guillermo Cuestas 1 July 1967 1 July 1972 Fidel Sánchez Hernández
Enrique Mayorga Rivas 1 July 1972 1 July 1977 Arturo Armando Molina
Julio Ernesto Astacio 1 July 1977 15 October 1979 Carlos Humberto Romero

1982–84[edit]

Vice Presidents Inaugurated Left Office President Notes
Raúl Molina Martínez, Mauricio Gutierrez Castro, Pablo Mauricio Alvergue 2 May 1982 1 June 1984 Álvaro Magaña Three Vice Presidents of the unity government. [1]

Since 1984[edit]

Vice President Inaugurated Left Office President Notes
Rodolfo Antonio Claramount Castillo 1 June 1984 1 June 1989 José Napoleón Duarte [2]
José Francisco Merino López 1 June 1989 1 June 1994 Alfredo Cristiani [3]
Enrique Borgo Bustamante 1 June 1994 1 June 1999 Armando Calderón Sol [4]
Carlos Quintanilla Schmidt 1 June 1999 1 June 2004 Francisco Flores Pérez [5]
Ana Vilma de Escobar 1 June 2004 1 June 2009 Antonio Saca [6]
Salvador Sánchez Cerén 1 June 2009 1 June 2014 Mauricio Funes [7]

[8]

Óscar Ortiz 1 June 2014 Incumbent Salvador Sánchez Cerén

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