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|President of the|
Oriental Republic of Uruguay
Presidente de la República Oriental del Uruguay
Presidential Standard of Uruguay
|Residence||Residencia de Suarez|
|Appointer||Popular Vote Election|
|Term length||Five years, not renewable immediately|
|Inaugural holder||Fructuoso Rivera|
|Formation||6 November 1830|
|Deputy||Vice President of Uruguay|
|Salary||11,634 USD per month|
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The president of Uruguay (Spanish : Presidente del Uruguay), officially known as the president of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay (Spanish : Presidente de la República Oriental del Uruguay), is the head of state and head of government of Uruguay. His rights are determined in the Constitution of Uruguay. Conforms with the Secretariat of the Presidency, the Council of Ministers and the director of the Office of Planning and Budget, the executive branch. In case of absence, his office is exercised by the vice president. In turn, the president of the republic is the commander in chief of the armed forces.
According to the current Constitution Constitution of Uruguay of 1967 or Constitution of Uruguay of 1997,the president is elected by direct popular vote for a term of five years. He may be reelected any number of times, but is ineligible for immediate reelection. The president and vice president run on a single ticket submitted by their party. In case no candidate obtains an absolute majority of votes (50%+1), a runoff is held between the top two candidates. In this case, the candidate who obtains a plurality in the runoff wins the election.
According to Article 168 of the Constitution, the president, acting with the respective minister or ministers, or the Council of Ministers, includes, is assigned:
Since 1990, the president's term has begun and ended on March 1. This same date for ending the presidency also happened during the National Council of Government (1952–1967) and it has been not unusual since 1839. The current president is Tabaré Vázquez.
|Party or coalition|
|First round (General election)||Second round|
| Broad Front |
| National Party |
Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou
| Colorado Party |
| Independent Party |
| Popular Unity |
| Partido Ecologista Radical Intransigente |
| Workers' Party |
|Source: Corte Electoral, Buenos Aires Herald|
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