Vice President of Guatemala

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Vice President of Guatemala
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Incumbent
Jafeth Cabrera

since January 14, 2016
StyleMr. Vice President
(informal)
Most Excellent Mr. Vice President of the Republic
(official)
His Excellency
(alternative formal, diplomatic outside of Guatemala)
Member ofNational Security Council
ResidenceGuatemalan National Palace
Term lengthFour years, non-extendable[1]
Inaugural holderClemente Marroquín Rojas
Formation1/07/1966

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Vice President of Guatemala is a political position in Guatemala which is since 1966 elected concurrently with the position of President of Guatemala. The current Vice President is Jafeth Cabrera.

Historically, there have been provisions for multiple Vice Presidents or presidential designates elected for one-year-term. The election was carried in Congress of Guatemala. A provision for First and Second Vice Presidents existed 1882-1921, 1921-1928 and 1956-1966. A provision for First, Second and Third Vice Presidents existed 1921 and 1928-1944.

History of the office holders follows.

1882-1921[edit]

First Vice President Second Vice President Took Office Left Office
Julian Salguero Gen. Manuel Barillas 25 April 1882 27 April 1883 [2]
Gen. José María Orantes Gen. Salvador Arévalo 27 April 1883 30 April 1884 [3]
Alejandro Sinibaldi Gen. Manuel Barillas 30 April 1884 20 May 1885 [4][5]
Gen. Manuel Barillas Gen. Manuel Soto 20 May 1885 1 May 1888 [6]
Gen. Calixto Mendizabal Col. Manuel A. López 1 May 1888 21 May 1889 [7]
Gen. Vicente Orantes Col. Manuel A. López 21 May 1889 10 May 1890 [8]
Rafael Salazar Francisco Fuentes 10 May 1890 28 May 1891 [9]
Feliciano Aguilar Francisco Villela 28 May 1891 14 May 1892 [10]
Manuel Morales Tovar Arturo Ubico 14 May 1892 29 April 1893 [11]
Manuel Morales Tovar Francisco Fuentes 29 April 1893 11 May 1894 [12][13]
Manuel Morales Tovar Arturo Ubico 11 May 1894 6 May 1895 [14]
Manuel Morales Tovar Jesús Portillo 6 May 1895 28 April 1897 [15][16]
Manuel Estrada Cabrera Gen. Manuel Soto 28 April 1897 26 April 1898 [17]
Feliciano Aguilar Gen. Felipe Cruz 26 April 1898 29 April 1899 [18]
Manuel Morales Tovar Gen. Vicente Orantes 29 April 1899 8 May 1900 [19]
Manuel Morales Tovar Gen. Luis Molina 8 May 1900 13 May 1902 [20][21]
José María Reina Andrade Gen. Luis Molina 26 June 1902 30 April 1903 [22]
Gen. Mariano Serrano Muñoz Francisco Alarcón 30 April 1903 28 April 1904 [23]
Francisco Anguiano Francisco Alarcón 28 April 1904 24 May 1907 [24]
Gen. Mariano Serrano Muñoz Juan Barrios M. 24 May 1907 29 April 1910 [25][26]
Matías J. López Gen. Manuel Duarte 29 April 1910 14 May 1911 [27]
Gen. Mariano Serrano Muñoz Gen. Manuel Duarte 14 May 1911 31 May 1912 [28]
Col. Ignacio López Andrade Gen. Manuel Duarte 31 May 1912 30 April 1917 [29][30][31]
Gen. Mariano Serrano Muñoz Gen. Manuel Duarte 30 April 1917 13 April 1920 [32][33][34]
Carlos Herrera José Ernesto Zelaya 13 April 1920 12 April 1921 [35]

1921[edit]

First Vice President Second Vice President Third Vice president Took Office Left Office
José Ernesto Zelaya Federico Castañeda Godoy Maximiliano de León 12 April 1921 8 December 1921 [36]

1921-1928[edit]

First Vice President Second Vice President Took Office Left Office
Gen. José María Orellana Alberto Mencos 8 December 1921 27 April 1922 [37]
Gen. Jorge Ubico R. Felipe Solares 27 April 1922 28 April 1923 [38]
Gen. Margarito Ariza Francisco Fuentes 28 April 1923 3 May 1924 [39]
Gen. Aurelio Recinos Gen. Antonio Monterroso 3 May 1924 28 April 1925 [40]
Lazaro Chacón Federico Aguilar Valenzuela 28 April 1925 18 December 1926 [41][42]
Gen. Miguel Larrave Federico Aguilar Valenzuela 18 December 1926 30 April 1927 [43]
Gen. Miguel Larrave Gen. Mauro De León 30 April 1927 15 March 1928 [44]

1928-1944[edit]

First Vice President Second Vice President Third Vice president Took Office Left Office
Gen. Mauro de León Rodolfo Sandoval Col. Baudilio Santos Deroga 26 March 1928 15 March 1929 [45]
Gen. Rodolfo A. Mendoza Arturo Ramirez Antonio Rivera 15 March 1929 15 March 1930 [46]
Mario León Baudilio Palma Luis Chacón 15 March 1930 1 January 1931 [47]
José María Reina Andrade Gen. José Reyes Gen. Rodrigo G. Solórzano 1 January 1931 15 March 1931 [48]
Mariano J. López Gen. Rodrigo G. Solórzano Manuel Franco R. 15 March 1931 15 March 1932 [49]
Gen. Factor Méndez Col. Pedro Reyes Reinelas Miguel T. Alvarado 15 March 1932 15 March 1933 [50]
Gen. Factor Méndez Col. Pedro Reyes Reinelas Felipe Samayoa 15 March 1933 15 March 1934 [51]
Gen. Pedro Reyes Reinelas Mariano J. López Col. Carlos Enríquez Barrios 15 March 1934 15 March 1935 [52]
Gen. Pedro Reyes Reynuelas Gen. Carlos Jurado R. José Mariano Trabanino 15 March 1935 15 March 1936 [53]
Eduardo Pérez Figueroa Gen. Carlos Jurado R. Gen. Factor Méndez 15 March 1936 15 March 1937 [54]
Gen. Pedro Reyes Reynelas Eduardo Pérez Figueroa Gen. Carlos Jurado R. 15 March 1937 15 March 1938 [55]
Escolástico de León Gen. Demetrio Maldonado Gen. Juan Alonso 15 March 1938 15 March 1939 [56]
Mariano López Gen. Demetrio Maldonado Gen. Juan B. Alojos 15 March 1939 15 March 1940 [57]
Mariano López Gen. Demetrio Maldonado Gen. Juan Alonso 15 March 1940 15 March 1941 [58]
Mariano López Gen. Demetrio Maldonado Gen. Pedro Reyes Reynelas 15 March 1941 15 March 1942 [59]
Gen. Demetrio Maldonado Carlos Herrera Dorián Gen. Pedro Reyes Renelas 15 March 1942 4 July 1944 [60][61][62]
Gen. Federico Ponce Vaides Gen. Domingo Solares Ramón Calderón 4 July 1944 28 November 1944 [63]

1948-1951[edit]

Vice President Took Office Left Office
Mario Monteforte Toledo 15 March 1948 15 March 1951 [64]

1956-1966[edit]

First Vice President Second Vice President Took Office Left Office President
Miguel Ortiz Passarelli Col. Juan Francisco Oliva 15 March 1956 22 March 1957 Carlos Castillo Armas [65]
Luis Arturo González López Col. Guillermo Flores Avendaño 22 March 1957 9 October 1957 Carlos Castillo Armas [66]
Col. Luis Urrutia de León Carlos Enrique Guillén Rodas 9 October 1957 25 March 1958 Guillermo Flores Avendaño [67]
Clemente Marroquín Rojas Crisóstomo Castillo 25 March 1958 18 March 1959 Miguel Ydígoras Fuentes [68]
Manuel Ralda Ochoa Alberto J. Urrutia Vasconcelos 18 March 1959 23 March 1960 Miguel Ydígoras Fuentes [69]
Abrahan Cabrera Cruz Col. José Francisco Gómez Carranza 23 March 1960 30 May 1961 Miguel Ydígoras Fuentes [70]
Col. Catalino Chávez Pérez Óscar Ubico Zebadúa 30 May 1961 16 March 1962 Miguel Ydígoras Fuentes [71]
Col. Ernesto Molina Arreaga Rubén Flores Avendaño 16 March 1962 15 March 1963 Miguel Ydígoras Fuentes [72]
Col. Catalino Chávez Pérez Joaquín Montenegro Paniagua 15 March 1963 1 July 1966 Enrique Peralta Azurdia [73]

1966 onwards[edit]

Vice President Took Office Left Office President
Clemente Marroquín Rojas 1 July 1966 1 July 1970 Julio César Méndez Montenegro [74]
Eduardo Cáceres Lenhoff 1 July 1970 1 July 1974 Carlos Manuel Arana Osorio [74]
Mario Augusto Sandoval Alarcón 1 July 1974 1 July 1978 Kjell Eugenio Laugerud García [74]
Francisco Villagrán Kramer 1 July 1978 1 September 1980 Fernando Romeo Lucas García [74]
Óscar Mendoza Azurdia 1 September 1980 23 March 1982 Fernando Romeo Lucas García [74]
Roberto Carpio Nicolle 14 January 1986 14 January 1991 Vinicio Cerezo [74]
Gustavo Adolfo Espina Salguero 14 January 1991 1 June 1993 Jorge Serrano Elías [74]
Arturo Herbruger Asturias 18 June 1993 14 January 1996 Ramiro de León Carpio [74]
Luis Alberto Flores Asturias 14 January 1996 14 January 2000 Álvaro Arzú
Juan Francisco Reyes López 14 January 2000 14 January 2004 Alfonso Portillo
Eduardo Stein Barillas 14 January 2004 14 January 2008 Óscar Berger
José Rafael Espada 14 January 2008 14 January 2012 Álvaro Colom
Roxana Baldetti 14 January 2012 8 May 2015 Otto Pérez Molina
Vacant 8 May 2015 14 May 2015 Otto Pérez Molina
Alejandro Maldonado Aguirre 14 May 2015 3 September 2015 Otto Pérez Molina
Vacant 3 September 2015 16 September 2015 Alejandro Maldonado Aguirre
Juan Alfonso Fuentes Soria 16 September 2015 14 January 2016 Alejandro Maldonado Aguirre [75]
Jafeth Cabrera 14 January 2016 Present Jimmy Morales

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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