Vice President of Peru

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Second Vice President of
the Republic of Peru
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Incumbent
Mercedes Aráoz

since 28 July 2016
Residence Government Palace
Appointer Direct popular election
Term length Five years, not renewable immediately
Inaugural holder Antonio Gutiérrez de la Fuente (1829)
Formation 1829-1831 and since 1858
Website www.presidencia.gob.pe
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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Peru
Constitution

The Republic of Peru has two Vice Presidents who are elected along with the President in democratic elections. Their only mission is to replace the President in case of death, travel, judge, and other cases. Vice Presidents are first in the Presidential line of succession.

Historically, position of unique Vice President was in place between 1829–1831 and 1858–1862. Positions of First and Second Vice Presidents has been in place since 1862.

List of Vice Presidents of Peru[edit]

# Vice President Political Party Inaugurated Left office President Notes
- Antonio Gutiérrez de la Fuente 1 September 1829 16 April 1831 Agustín Gamarra
- Juan Manuel del Mar 24 October 1858 16 June 1862 Ramón Castilla
First Juan Antonio Pezet Military 24 October 1862 5 August 1863 Miguel de San Román
Second Pedro Diez Canseco Military 24 October 1862 5 August 1863
First Mariano Herencia Zevallos Military 2 August 1868 27 July 1872 José Balta
Second Francisco Diez Canseco Military 2 August 1868 27 July 1872
First Manuel Costas Arce Civilista Party 2 August 1872 2 August 1876 Manuel Pardo y Lavalle
Second Francisco Garmendia Puértolas Civilista Party 2 August 1872 2 August 1876
First Luis La Puerta 2 August 1876 18 December 1879 Mariano Ignacio Prado
Second José Francisco Canevaro 2 August 1876 18 December 1879
First Lizardo Montero Flores 12 March 1881 6 November 1881 Francisco García Calderón
Second Andrés Avelino Cáceres 12 March 1881 6 November 1881
First Remigio Morales Bermúdez Constitutional Party 3 June 1886 10 August 1890 Andrés Cáceres
Second Aurelio Denegri Constitutional Party 3 June 1886 10 August 1890
First Pedro Alejandrino del Solar Constitutional Party 10 August 1890 1 April 1894 Remigio Morales Bermúdez
Second Justiniano Borgoño Constitutional Party 10 August 1890 1 April 1894
First César Canevaro Constitutional Party 10 August 1894 20 March 1895 Andrés Cáceres
Second Cesáreo Chacaltana Reyes Constitutional Party 10 August 1894 20 March 1895
First Guillermo Billinghurst Democratic Party 8 September 1895 8 September 1899 Nicolás de Piérola
Second Augusto Seminario Váscones Democratic Party 8 September 1895 8 September 1899
First Isaac Alzamora Alianza Civil-Demócrata 8 September 1899 8 September 1903 Eduardo López de Romaña
Second Federico Bresani Alianza Civil-Demócrata 8 September 1899 8 September 1903
First Lino Alarco Brediñana Civilista Party 8 September 1903 7 May 1904 Manuel Candamo
Second Serapio Calderón Civilista Party 8 September 1903 7 May 1904
First José Salvador Cavero Ovalle Civilista Party 24 September 1904 24 September 1908 José Pardo y Barreda
First Eugenio Larrabure y Unanue Civilista Party 24 September 1908 24 September 1912 Augusto Leguía
Second Belisario Sosa Constitutional Party 24 September 1908 24 September 1912
First Roberto Leguía Civilista Party 24 September 1912 4 February 1914 Guillermo Billinghurst
Second Miguel Echenique Civilista Party 24 September 1912 4 February 1914
First Ricardo Bentín Sánchez Alianza Civil-Constitucional-Liberal 18 August 1915 4 July 1919 José Pardo y Barreda
Second Melitón Carvajal Alianza Civil-Constitucional-Liberal 18 August 1915 4 July 1919
First César Canevaro 12 October 1919 31 October 1922 Augusto Leguía
Second Agustín de la Torre González 12 October 1919 12 October 1924
First Ernesto Montagne Markholz Peruvian Army 13 April 1936 8 December 1939 Óscar R. Benavides
Second Antonio Rodríguez Ramírez Peruvian Army 13 April 1936 8 December 1939
First Rafael Larco Herrera Conservative 8 December 1939 28 July 1945 Manuel Prado Ugarteche
Second Carlos D. Gibson Conservative 8 December 1939 28 July 1945
First José Gálvez Barrenechea National Democratic Front 28 July 1945 29 October 1948 José Bustamante y Rivero
Second Eduardo Ganoza y Ganoza National Democratic Front 28 July 1945 29 October 1948
- Zenón Noriega Agüero Peruvian Army 29 October 1948 1 June 1950 Manuel A. Odría
First Héctor Boza Odriíst National Union 28 July 1950 28 July 1956
Second Federico Bolognesi Odriíst National Union 28 July 1950 28 July 1956
First Luis Gallo Porras Peruvian Democratic Movement 28 July 1956 18 July 1962 Manuel Prado Ugarteche
Second Carlos Moreyra y Paz Soldán Peruvian Democratic Movement 28 July 1956 18 July 1962
First Nicolás Lindley López Peruvian Army 18 July 1962 3 March 1963 Ricardo Pérez Godoy
Second Pedro Vargas Prada Peruvian Army 18 July 1962 3 March 1963
First Edgardo Seoane Corrales Popular Action 28 July 1963 3 October 1968 Fernando Belaúnde Terry
Second Mario Polar Ugarteche Christian Democracy 28 July 1963 3 October 1968
- Luis Edgardo Mercado Jarrín Peruvian Army 3 October 1968 30 August 1975 Juan Velasco Alvarado
- Pedro Richter Prada Peruvian Army 30 August 1975 28 July 1980 Francisco Morales Bermúdez
First Fernando Schwalb López Aldana Popular Action 28 July 1980 28 July 1985 Fernando Belaúnde Terry [1]
Second Javier Alva Orlandini Popular Action 28 July 1980 28 July 1985 [1]
First Luis Alberto Sánchez Peruvian Aprista Party 28 July 1985 28 July 1990 Alan García Pérez [1]
Second Luis Alva Castro Peruvian Aprista Party 28 July 1985 28 July 1990 [1]
First Máximo San Román Change 90 28 July 1990 5 April 1992 Alberto Fujimori [1]
Second Carlos García y García Change 90 28 July 1990 5 April 1992 [1]
First Ricardo Márquez Flores Change 90-New Majority 28 July 1995 28 July 2000 [1]
Second César Paredes Canto Change 90-New Majority 28 July 1995 28 July 2000 [1]
First Francisco Tudela Peru 2000 28 July 2000 22 November 2000 [1]
Second Ricardo Márquez Flores Peru 2000 28 July 2000 22 November 2000 [1]
First Raúl Diez Canseco Popular Action 28 July 2001 30 January 2004 Alejandro Toledo Manrique [1]
Second David Waisman Possible Peru 28 July 2001 28 July 2006 [1]
First Luis Giampietri Peruvian Aprista Party 28 July 2006 28 July 2011 Alan García Pérez [1]
Second Lourdes Mendoza Peruvian Aprista Party 28 July 2006 28 July 2011 [1]
First Marisol Espinoza Peruvian Nationalist Party 28 July 2011 28 July 2016 Ollanta Humala [1]
Second Omar Chehade Peruvian Nationalist Party 28 July 2011 16 January 2012 [1]
First Martín Vizcarra Peruvians for Change 28 July 2016 21 March 2018 Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
Second Mercedes Aráoz Peruvians for Change 28 July 2016 23 March 2018
Second Mercedes Aráoz Peruvians for Change 23 March 2018 Incumbent Martín Vizcarra

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p "Presidentes y vicepresidentes desde 1980 en Perú, crisis y realidades". 26 July 2018.

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External links[edit]

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