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Uruguay is a presidential republic in which the President Spanish : Presidente is both the head of state and head of government. The following is a list of all the people who have held the office of President of Uruguay since 6 November when the first constitution was adopted , with the exception of those who held the office of "President" under the National Council of Government , which served as the country's executive directory from to The first president of this list is Fructuoso Rivera , who held the office twice and once as part of the Triumvirate that ruled Uruguay from to Most of the Presidents of Uruguay have belonged to the Colorado Party , a traditionally conservative party founded by Rivera in The first free democratic elections for President were held in Province part of the United Provinces of the Rio de la Plata.
The Constitution of comes into force. According to the Constitution, the president is elected by direct popular election for a term of five years. He may be re-elected any number of times, but is ineligible for immediate re-election. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Current constitution Previous constitutions Supreme Court. Administrative divisions.
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President of the Senate exercising the Executive Power. Fructuoso Rivera — Carlos Anaya — Manuel Oribe — Gabriel Antonio Pereira — Bernardo Prudencio Berro — Venancio Flores — Fructuoso Rivera and Juan Antonio Lavalleja died in office. Luis Lamas — Atanasio Cruz Aguirre — Resigned after the Brazilian invasion. De facto president after the Brazilian invasion.