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The President of the Republic of Peru (Spanish: Presidente de la República del Perú) is the head of state and head of government of Peru and represents the republic in official international matters. The presidential term is five years, with no immediate reelection. A former president can run again after being out of office for a full term.[1]

President of the
Republic of Peru
Presidente de la República del Perú
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Presidential standard
Kuczynski Pedro Pablo (cropped).jpg
Incumbent
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski

since July 28, 2016
Residence Government Palace
Appointer Direct popular election
Term length Five years
Not eligible for re-election immediately
Inaugural holder José de San Martín (de facto)
José de la Riva Agüero (first to bear the title)
Formation February 28, 1823
Deputy Vice President of Peru
Website www.presidencia.gob.pe

The change of government takes place on July 28, which is the date of independence from Spain and thus a national holiday.

The current President of Peru is Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, since 28 July 2016. He was elected in 2016.

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HistoryEdit

During its more than 190 years of independence, Peru has been ruled by the military leaders who fought for independence, the leaders of the War of the Pacific, representatives of the aristocracy, and democratically elected leaders. Also, the history of the presidency has involved civil wars, coups and violence. More than once, several individuals claimed the right to be president at the same time.

Different titles have been used, such as "Protector of Peru" (used by José de San Martín), and "Supreme Protector" (by Andrés de Santa Cruz).

The following table contains a list of the individuals who have served as President of Peru.

List of Presidents of PeruEdit

Protectorate of Peru (1821–1822)Edit

The Protectorate of Peru existed from August 3, 1821 until September 20, 1822.

No. Protector
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Party Form of entry Title
1   José de San Martín
(1778–1850)
August 3, 1821 – September 20, 1822 Independent Proclaimed by open cabildo in Lima Protector of Peru

Republic of Peru (1821/1822–1836)Edit

The Republic of Peru was declared on July 28, 1821 but it was constituted on September 20, 1822. It existed until August 11, 1836.

No. President
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Party Form of entry Title
  Francisco Xavier de Luna Pizarro
(1780–1855)
September 20, 1822 – September 22, 1822 Independent Interim officeholder, by resignation of San Martin (as President of the First Constituent Congress of Peru) Interim President
  Government Junta: September 22, 1822 – February 27, 1823 Independent Elected by the Congress from among its members Supreme Governing Board of Peru
  José Bernardo de Tagle y Portocarrero, Marqués de Torre Tagle
(1779–1825)
February 27, 1823 – February 28, 1823 Independent Designated by the Congress after the Balconcillo mutiny Interim President
1   José de la Riva Agüero y Sánchez Boquete
(1783–1853)
February 28, 1823 – June 23, 1823 Independent Ratified by the Congress after being imposed by the Balconcillo mutiny Constitutional President
  Francisco Valdivieso y Prada June 23, 1823 – July 17, 1823 Independent Elected provisionally by the Congress to exercise power on areas not affected by the war, while Sucre assumed "military power" Interim Head of the Government
  Antonio José de Sucre y Alcalá
(1795–1830)
June 23, 1823 – July 17, 1823 Independent Elected provisionally by the Congress to exercise "military power" Supreme Military Chief
  José Bernardo de Tagle y Portocarrero, Marqués de Torre Tagle
(1779–1825)
July 17, 1823 – August 16, 1823 Independent Elected by the Congress, delegated by Sucre Interim President
2   José Bernardo de Tagle y Portocarrero, Marqués de Torre Tagle
(1779–1825)
August 16, 1823 – February 10, 1824 Independent Ratified by the Congress as President (according to the new Constitution) Constitutional President
  Simón José Antonio de la Santísima Trinidad Bolívar y Palacios
(1783–1830)
February 10, 1824 – January 28, 1827 Independent Granted the supreme military and political authority by the Constitutional Congress Liberator
  Government Junta:

Andrés de Santa Cruz y Calaumana
(1792–1865)

January 28, 1827 – June 9, 1827 Independent Elected by the Congress after the revolt that ended the Bolivarian regime President of the Government Junta
  Manuel Salazar y Baquíjano
(1777–1850)
June 9, 1827 – August 22, 1827 Independent Vice President in charge of government (due to the arrival of La Mar from Guayaquil) Interim President
3   José de la Mar Cortázar
(1778–1830)
9 June 1827 (22 August 1827) – 7 June 1829 (20 May 1828) Independent Elected by the Congress Constitutional President
  Manuel Salazar y Baquíjano
(1777–1850)
May 20, 1828 – June 6, 1829 Independent Vice President in charge of government (due to the absence of La Mar during the Gran Colombia–Peru War) Interim President
  Antonio Gutiérrez de la Fuente
(1796–1878)
June 6, 1829 – September 1, 1829 Military Coup d'etat (in charge until the Congress elected the provisional president) Commander-in-chief
  Agustín Gamarra Messia
(1785–1841)
September 1, 1829 – December 19, 1829 Independent Elected by the Congress Provisional President
  Antonio Gutiérrez de la Fuente
(1796–1878)
September 21, 1829 – November 25, 1829 Military Provisional Vice President in charge of the government (due to trip of Gamarra on the occasion of the peace settlement with Gran Colombia) Commander-in-chief
4   Agustín Gamarra Messia
(1785–1841)
December 19, 1829 – December 20, 1833 Independent Direct elections Constitutional President
  Francisco Xavier de Luna Pizarro
(1780–1855)
December 20, 1833 – December 21, 1833 Independent President of the National Convention (Constituent Congress) (in charge until the provisional president elected by the Congress took office) Interim President
  Luis José de Orbegoso y Moncada
(1795–1847)
December 21, 1833 – August 11, 1836 Independent Elected by the National Convention (Congress) Provisional President

Peru-Bolivian Confederation (1836–1839)Edit

In 1836, the south of the country declared itself independent by creating the Republic of South Peru, while the north of the country became the Republic of North Peru. The two states were confederated with the Republic of Bolivia to form the Peru–Bolivian Confederation on October 28, 1836. Marshal Andrés de Santa Cruz served as the Supreme Protector of the Confederation. Simultaneously, the actual control of each Republic remained in the hands of their respective presidents. The Peru-Bolivian Confederation dissolved on August 25, 1839.

No. Supreme Protector
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Party Title
1   Andrés de Santa Cruz y Calaumana
(1792–1865)
February 7, 1836 (October 28, 1836) – August 25, 1839 (February 20, 1839) Independent Supreme Protector of the Peru-Bolivian Confederation

Republic of North Peru (1836–1839)Edit

The Republic of North Peru existed from August 11, 1836 until August 25, 1839.

No. President
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Party Title
1   Luis José de Orbegoso y Moncada
(1795–1847)
August 21, 1837 – July 30, 1838 Independent Constitutional President
2   José de la Riva Agüero y Sánchez Boquete
(1783–1858)
August 1, 1838 – January 24, 1839 Independent Constitutional President

Republic of South Peru (1836–1839)Edit

The Republic of South Peru existed from March 17, 1836 until August 25, 1839.

No. President
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Party Title
1   Ramón Herrera y Rodado
(1799–1882)
September 17, 1837 – October 12, 1838 Independent Constitutional President
2   Juan Pío de Tristán y Moscoso
(1773–1859)
October 12, 1838 – February 23, 1839 Independent Constitutional President

Republic of Peru (1839–present)Edit

The Republic of Peru was reestablished on August 25, 1839.

No. President
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Party Form of entry Title
5   Agustín Gamarra Messia
(1785–1841)
August 25, 1838 – August 15, 1839 Military Proclaimed by open cabildo in Lima President of the Republic
August 15, 1839 – July 10, 1840 Appointed by the General Congress of Huancayo Provisional President
July 10, 1840 – November 18, 1841 (†) Direct elections Constitutional President
  Manuel Menéndez Gorozabel
(1793–1847)
18 November 1841 – 16 August 1842 Independent Constitutional succession (as Vice President) Provisional President
  Juan Crisóstomo Torrico González
(1808–1875)
August 16, 1842 – August 20, 1842 Military Self-proclamation Commander-in-chief
  Juan Bautista de Lavalle y Zugasti August 20, 1842 – October 20, 1842 Independent Took over the government as President of the Council of Ministers Interim President
6   Juan Francisco de Vidal La Hoz
(1800–1863)
October 20, 1842 – March 15, 1843 Military Self-proclamation (assumed the power after defeating Torrico in the battle of Agua Santa) President of the Republic
  Justo Figuerola de Estrada
(1771–1854)
March 15, 1843 – March 19, 1843 Independent Provisional President
  Eleuterio Aramburú March 19, 1843 – March 21, 1843 Military Took over the government as commander of the garrison of Lima Interim President
  José Rufino Echenique
(1808–1887)
March 21, 1843 – March 27, 1843 Military Took over the government as Prefect of Lima Interim President
  Juan Antonio Pezet
(1809–1879)
March 27, 1843 – April 7, 1843 Military Assumed the power on behalf of Vivanco Interim President
  Manuel Ignacio de Vivanco Iturralde
(1806–1873)
April 7, 1843 – June 17, 1844 Military Self-proclamation Supreme Director of the Republic
  Domingo Nieto y Márquez
(1803–1844)
September 3, 1843 – February 17, 1844 (†) Military Self-proclamation (starting the constitutionalist revolution against Vivanco) President of the Supreme Provisional Governing Junta
  Ramón Castilla y Marquesado
(1797–1867)
February 17, 1844 – December 11, 1844 Military Replaced Nieto as President of the Junta President of the Supreme Provisional Governing Junta
  Domingo Elías Carbajo
(1805–1867)
November 30, 1843 – June 17, 1844 Independent Assumed the power on behalf of Vivanco (as Prefect of Lima) Interim President
June 17, 1844 – August 10, 1844 Self-proclamation in Lima (ignoring the authority of Vivanco) Commander-in-chief
  Justo Figuerola de Estrada
(1771–1854)
August 10, 1844 – October 7, 1844 Independent Provisional President
  Manuel Menéndez Gorozabel
(1793–1847)
October 7, 1844 – April 20, 1845 Independent Transitional constitutional succession (as First Vice-President of the Council of State) Provisional President
7   Ramón Castilla y Marquesado
(1797–1867)
April 20, 1845 – April 20, 1851 Military Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
(the first President of Peru to complete his full term of office)
8   José Rufino Echenique Benavente
(1808–1887)
20 April 1851 – January 5, 1855 Military Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Ramón Castilla y Marquesado
(1797–1867)
February 1854 – January 5, 1855 Military Self-proclamation (in southern and central parts of the country) Interim President
  José Miguel Medina July 17, 1854 – January 5, 1855 Military Assumed the power on behalf of Echenique (as President of the Council of State) Head of the Executive Branch
  Ramón Castilla y Marquesado
(1797–1867)
January 5, 1855 – October 24, 1857 Military Self-proclamation (assumed the power after defeating Echenique in the battle of La Palma) Provisional President of the Republic
  José Maria Raygada y Gallo
(1795–1859)
April 2, 1857 – July 28, 1858 Military Took over the government as President of the Council of Ministers Commander-in-chief
  Miguel de San Román y Meza
(1802–1863)
July 28, 1858 – October 24, 1858 Military Assumed the power on behalf of Castilla (as President of the Council of Ministers) Commander-in-chief
10   Ramón Castilla y Marquesado
(1797–1867)
October 24, 1858 – October 24, 1862 Military Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Juan Manuel del Mar
(1805–1862)
September 29, 1859 – March 21, 1860 Independent Assumed the power on behalf of Castilla (as Vice President) Head of the Executive Branch
11   Miguel de San Román y Meza
(1802–1863)
October 24, 1862 – April 3, 1863 (†) Military Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Ramón Castilla y Marquesado
(1797–1867)
April 3, 1863 – April 9, 1863 Military Self-proclamation Head of the Executive Branch
  Pedro Diez Canseco Corbacho
(1815–1893)
April 9, 1863 – August 5, 1863 Military Provisional succession (as Second Vice President) Commander-in-chief
12   Juan Antonio Pezet Rodríguez
(1809–1879)
August 5, 1863 – November 6, 1865 Military Constitutional succession (as First Vice President) Constitutional President of the Republic
  Pedro Diez Canseco Corbacho
(1815–1893)
November 6, 1865 – November 28, 1865 Military Provisional president
13   Mariano Ignacio Prado Ochoa
(1825–1901)
November 28, 1865 – February 15, 1867 Military Self-proclamation Commander-in-chief of the Republic
February 15, 1867 – August 31, 1867 Designated by Congress Provisional President of the Republic
August 31, 1867 – January 5, 1868 Designated by Congress and direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Luis La Puerta de Mendoza
(1811–1896)
October 12, 1867 – January 8, 1868 Military Assumed the power on behalf of Prado (as President of the Council of Ministers) Head of the Executive Branch
  Pedro Diez Canseco Corbacho
(1815–1893)
September 23, 1867 – January 7, 1868 Military Self-proclamation in Arequipa Head of the Executive Branch
  Antonio Gutiérrez de la Fuente
(1796–1878)
January 7, 1868 – January 8, 1868 Military Presidential designation (as President of the Council of Ministers) Provisional president
  Francisco Diez Canseco
(1821–1884)
January 8, 1868 – January 22, 1868 Military Head of the Government
  Pedro Diez Canseco Corbacho
(1815–1893)
January 22, 1868 – August 2, 1868 Military Constitutional succession (recognized in Cabildo Abierto de Lima) Provisional president
14   José Balta y Montero
(1814–1872)
August 2, 1868 – July 22, 1872 (July 26, 1872 [†]) Military Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Tomás Gutiérrez
(died 1872)
July 22, 1872 – July 26, 1872 (†) Military Coup d'état Commander-in-chief
  Francisco Diez Canseco
(1821–1884)
July 26, 1872 – July 27, 1872 Military Provisional succession (as Second Vice President of Balta) Interim President
15   Mariano Herencia Zevallos
(1820–1873)
July 27, 1872 – August 2, 1872 Military Constitutional succession (as First Vice President of Balta) Constitutional President of the Republic
16   Manuel Pardo y Lavalle
(1834–1878)
August 2, 1872 – August 2, 1876 Civilista Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
17   Mariano Ignacio Prado Ochoa
(1825–1901)
August 2, 1876 – December 18, 1879 Civilista Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Luis La Puerta de Mendoza
(1811–1896)
May 16, 1879 – December 2, 1879 Civilista Party First Vice President (served on behalf of Prado) Head of the Executive Branch
December 18, 1879 – December 23, 1879 Constitutional succession Transitional President of the Republic
  Nicolás de Piérola Villena
(1839–1913)
December 23, 1879 – January 15, 1881 Independent Self-proclamation Commander-in-chief
July 29, 1881 – November 28, 1881 Appointed by the National Assembly of Ayacucho Provisional President
  Francisco García Calderón Landa
(1834–1905)
March 12, 1881 – July 10, 1881 Independent Elected by open cabildo in Magdalena Provisional President of the Republic
July 10, 1881 – September 28, 1881 (November 6, 1881) Ratified by the Congress of Chorrillos
  Lizardo Montero Flores
(1832–1905)
September 28, 1881 – October 28, 1883 Civilista Party Constitutional succession (oath before the Judicial Court of Cajamarca) Provisional President of the Republic
  Miguel Iglesias Pino de Arce
(1830–1909)
August 31, 1882 – December 30, 1882 Military Self-proclamation in Cajamarca (Grito de Montán) Commander-in-chief
December 30, 1882 – March 1, 1884 Elected by the Assembly of the North (Cajamarca) Regenerating President
March 1, 1884 – December 3, 1885 Ratified by the Constituent Assembly Provisional President of the Republic
  Andrés Avelino Cáceres Dorregaray
(1836–1923)
July 16, 1884 – August 3, 1885 Military Self-proclamation (central part of the country) Self-proclaimed President
  Antonio Arenas Merino
(1808–1891)
December 3, 1885 – June 3, 1886 Independent In charge of the Congress (as President of the Council of Ministers) President of the Provisional Government Junta
18   Andrés Avelino Cáceres Dorregaray
(1836–1923)
June 3, 1886 – August 10, 1890 Constitutional Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
19   Remigio Morales Bermúdez
(1836–1894)
August 10, 1890 – April 1, 1894 (†) Constitutional Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Justiniano Borgoño Castañeda
(1836–1921)
April 1, 1894 – August 10, 1894 Constitutional Party Constitutional succession (as Second Vice President) Transitional President of the Republic
20   Andrés Avelino Cáceres Dorregaray
(1836–1923)
August 10, 1894 – March 20, 1895 Constitutional Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Manuel Candamo Iriarte
(1841–1904)
March 20, 1895 – September 8, 1895 Independent Transitional designation President of the Provisional Government Junta
21   Nicolás de Piérola Villena
(1839–1913)
September 8, 1895 – September 8, 1899 Democratic Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
22   Eduardo López de Romaña Alvizuri
(1847–1912)
September 8, 1899 – September 8, 1903 Civilista Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
23   Manuel Candamo Iriarte
(1841–1904)
September 8, 1903 – April 18, 1904 (May 7, 1904 [†]) Civilista Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
24   Serapio Calderón Lazo de la Vega
(1843–1922)
April 18, 1904 – May 7, 1904 Civilista Party Second Vice President (appointed due to the illness of Candamo) Head of the Executive Branch
May 7, 1904 – September 24, 1904 Constitutional succession (sworn in following the death Candamo Constitutional President of the Republic
25   José Pardo y Barreda
(1864–1947)
September 24, 1904 – September 24, 1908 Civilista Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
26   Augusto B. Leguía y Salcedo
(1863–1932)
September 24, 1908 – September 24, 1912
(1st term)
Civilista Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
27   Guillermo Billinghurst Angulo
(1851–1915)
September 24, 1912 – February 4, 1914 Democratic Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Óscar R. Benavides Larrea
(1876–1945)
February 4, 1914 – May 15, 1914 Military Coup d'état President of the Government Junta
May 15, 1914 – August 18, 1915 Ratified by Congress Provisional President of the Republic
28   José Pardo y Barreda
(1864–1947)
August 18, 1915 – July 4, 1919 Civilista Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
29   Augusto B. Leguía y Salcedo
(1863–1932)
July 4, 1919 – October 12, 1919
(2nd term)
Democratic Reformist Party Coup d'état after direct elections (already President-elect) Provisional President of the Republic
October 12, 1919 – October 12, 1924
(2nd term cont.)
Direct elections (before the coup d'etat) Constitutional President of the Republic
October 12, 1924 – October 12, 1929
(3rd term)
Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
October 12, 1929 – August 25, 1930
(4th term)
Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Manuel María Ponce Brousset
(1874–1966)
August 25, 1930 – August 27, 1930 Military Appointed President of the Military Junta constituted after the resignation of Leguía President of the Military Junta
  Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro
(1889–1933)
August 27, 1930 – March 1, 1931 Military Coup d'état President of the Government Junta
  Mariano Holguín Maldonado March 1, 1931 – March 1, 1931 Independent Presidential designation (while the Government Junta elected a President of the Republic) President of the Assembly of Notables
  Ricardo Leoncio Elías Arias
(1874–1951)
March 1, 1931 – March 5, 1931 Military Transitional designation by Board of Notables (as President of the Supreme Court) President of the Provisional Board
  Gustavo A. Jiménez
(1886–1933)
March 5, 1931 – March 11, 1931 Military Coup d'état President of the Transitory Government Board
  David Samanez Ocampo y Sobrino
(1866–1947)
March 11, 1931 – December 8, 1931 Independent Transitional designation by Assembly of Notables President of the Government Junta
30   Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro
(1889–1933)
December 8, 1931 – April 30, 1933 (†) Revolutionary Union Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
31   Oscar R. Benavides Larrea
(1876–1945)
30 April 1933 – 8 December 1939 Military Designated by the Constituent Assembly Constitutional President of the Republic
32   Manuel Prado y Ugarteche
(1889–1967)
December 8, 1939 – July 28, 1945 Independent Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
33   José Luis Bustamante y Rivero
(1894–1989)
July 28, 1945 – October 29, 1948 National Democratic Front Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Manuel A. Odría
(1896–1974)
October 29, 1948 – May 31, 1950 Military Coup d'état
  Zenón Noriega Agüero
(1900–1957)
May 31, 1950 – July 28, 1950 Military Provisional designation Provisional President
34   Manuel A. Odría Amoretti
(1896–1974)
July 28, 1950 – July 28, 1956 Odriíst National Union Direct elections (only candidate) Constitutional President of the Republic
35   Manuel Prado y Ugarteche
(1889–1967)
July 28, 1956 – July 18, 1962 Pradist Democratic Movement Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Ricardo Pérez Godoy
(1905–1982)
July 18, 1962 – March 3, 1963 Military Coup d'état President of the Military Government Junta
  Nicolás Lindley López
(1908–1995)
March 3, 1963 – July 28, 1963 Military Coup d'état President of the Military Government Junta
36   Fernando Belaúnde Terry
(1912–2002)
July 28, 1963 – October 3, 1968 Popular Action Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Juan Velasco Alvarado
(1910–1977)
October 3, 1968 – August 30, 1975 Military Coup d'état President of the Revolutionary Government of the Armed Forces
  Francisco Morales Bermúdez Cerrutti
(1921–)
August 30, 1975 – July 28, 1980 Military Coup d'état President of the Revolutionary Government of the Armed Forces
37   Fernando Belaúnde Terry
(1912–2002)
July 28, 1980 – July 28, 1985 Popular Action Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
38   Alan García Pérez
(1949–)
July 28, 1985 – July 28, 1990 American Popular Revolutionary Alliance Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
39   Alberto Fujimori Fujimori
(1938–)
July 28, 1990 – April 5, 1992
(1st term)
Cambio 90 Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
April 5, 1992 – January 9, 1993
(1st term cont.)
Self-coup. Dissolved the Congress President of the Government of Emergency and National Reconstruction
January 9, 1993 – July 28, 1995
(1st term cont.)
Ratified by the Democratic Constituent Congress Constitutional President of the Republic
July 28, 1995 – July 28, 2000
(2nd term)
Cambio 90Sí Cumple Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
(38) 28 July 2000 – 21 November 2000
(3rd term)
Sí Cumple Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
  Valentín Paniagua Corazao
(1936–2006)
November 22, 2000 – July 28, 2001 Popular Action Constitutional succession (as President of the Congress) Interim President
40   Alejandro Toledo Manrique
(1946–)
July 28, 2001 – July 28, 2006 Possible Peru Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
41   Alan García Pérez
(1949–)
July 28, 2006 - July 28, 2011 American Popular Revolutionary Alliance Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
42   Ollanta Humala Tasso
(1962–)
July 28, 2011 – July 28, 2016 Peruvian Nationalist Party Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic
43   Pedro Pablo Kuczynski Godard
(1938–)
July 28, 2016 – present (Term ends on July 28, 2021) Peruvians for Change Direct elections Constitutional President of the Republic

TimelineEdit

Pedro Pablo KuczynskiOllanta HumalaAlejandro ToledoValentín PaniaguaAlberto FujimoriAlan GarcíaFrancisco Morales BermúdezJuan Velasco AlvaradoFernando Belaúnde TerryNicolás Lindley LópezRicardo Pérez GodoyZenón Noriega AgüeroManuel A. OdríaJosé Luis Bustamante y RiveroManuel Prado y UgartecheDavid Samanez OcampoGustavo JiménezRicardo Leoncio Elías AriasMariano Holguín MaldonadoLuis Miguel Sánchez CerroManuel María Ponce BroussetÓscar R. BenavidesGuillermo BillinghurstAugusto B. LeguíaJosé Pardo y BarredaSerapio CalderónEduardo López de RomañaManuel CandamoJustiniano BorgoñoRemigio Morales BermúdezAntonio ArenasAndrés Avelino CáceresMiguel IglesiasLizardo Montero FloresFrancisco García CalderónNicolás de PiérolaManuel PardoMariano Herencia ZevallosTomás GutiérrezJosé BaltaFrancisco Diez CansecoLuis La PuertaMariano Ignacio PradoPedro Diez CansecoJuan Manuel del MarMiguel de San Román y MezaJosé Maria Raygada y GalloJosé Miguel MedinaDomingo ElíasRamón CastillaDomingo NietoManuel Ignacio de VivancoJuan Antonio PezetJosé Rufino EcheniqueEleuterio AramburúJusto FiguerolaJuan Francisco de VidalJuan Bautista de Lavalle y ZugastiJuan Crisóstomo TorricoManuel MenéndezLuis José de OrbegosoAgustín GamarraAntonio Gutiérrez de la FuenteAndrés de Santa CruzSimón BolívarAntonio José de SucreFrancisco Valdivieso y PradaJosé de la Riva AgüeroJosé Bernardo de Tagle y Portocarrero, Marquis of Torre TagleManuel Salazar y BaquíjanoFelipe Antonio AlvaradoJosé de la MarFrancisco Xavier de Luna PizarroJosé de San Martín 

Titles and stylesEdit

The President of the Republic of Peru is the Head of the Peruvian State, Head of the Peruvian Government and the Supreme Commander of the Peruvian Armed Forces.

The official style is:

His/Her Excellency [name of the president]

Line of successionEdit

Names of incumbents as of 2015 listed President of the Republic: His Excellency Pedro Pablo Kuczynski

1- First Vice President of the Republic: Martín Vizcarra

2- Second Vice President of the Republic: Mercedes Aráoz

3- President of Congress: Luz Salgado

4- First Vice President of Congress: Rosa Bartra

5- Second Vice President of Congress: Richard Acuña

6- Third Vice President of Congress: Luciana León

NotesEdit

See alsoEdit