Uruguay temporarily has women as president and vice-president for second time in its history

President Lacalle Pou on September 16 traveled to Mexico City where he will attend the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States Summit on Saturday, September 18.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguay today has, for the second time in its history, a woman in both of the 2 highest positions of the State: vice-president Beatriz Argimón assumed the Presidency due to President Luis Lacalle Pou's trip to Mexico and senator Graciela Bianchi assumed the vice-presidency.

The first time that women held the two highest State positions in Uruguay was when Lucía Topolansky was president and pro-government senator Patricia Ayala assumed the vice-presidency in September 2017.

President Lacalle Pou on September 16 traveled to Mexico City where he will attend the . . .

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