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 . . .