Vice President of El Salvador

The Vice President of El Salvador (Spanish: Vicepresidente de El Salvador) is a political position in El Salvador which is elected concurrently with the position of President of El Salvador.

A list of the office holders follows. The list may not be complete.

List of Vice PresidentsEdit

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term of office Political Affiliation President Refs.
Took office Left office Time in office
1   Pedro José Arce (es)
(1801–1871)
September 1842 1 February 1844 Independent Juan José Guzmán

Cayetano Antonio Molina


Pedro José Arce


Cayetano Antonio Molina


Pedro José Arce


Fermín Palacios

[1]
2   Joaquín Eufrasio Guzmán
(1801–1875)
1 February 1844 1 February 1846 2 years and 0 days Independent Francisco Malespín

Joaquín Eufrasio Guzmán

[2]
3   José Félix Quirós
(1811–1883)
1 February 1846 1 February 1852 6 years and 0 days Independent Eugenio Aguilar

Tomás Medina


José Félix Quirós


Doroteo Vasconcelos


Ramón Rodríguez


Doroteo Vasconcelos


Francisco Dueñas


José Félix Quirós


Francisco Dueñas


José María San Martín

[3]
4   Tomás Medina
(1803–1884)
1 February 1852 1 February 1854 2 years and 0 days Independent Francisco Dueñas
5   Mariano Hernández
(?–?)
1 February 1854 1 February 1856 2 years and 0 days Independent Vicente Gómez

José María San Martín

6   Francisco Dueñas
(1810–1884)
1 February 1856 1 February 1858 2 years and 0 days Conservative Francisco Dueñas

Rafael Campo

7   Joaquín Eufrasio Guzmán
(1801–1875)
1 February 1858 1 February 1860 2 years and 0 days Independent Lorenzo Zepeda

Miguel Santín del Castillo


Joaquín Eufrasio Guzmán


José María Peralta


Gerardo Barrios

[4][5]
8   José Félix Quirós
(1811–1883)
1 February 1860 23 October 1863 3 years and 264 days Independent Gerardo Barrios [6]
No Vice President (23 October 1863 – 1 February 1865)
9   Gregorio Arbizú
(?–?)
1 February 1865 1 February 1869 4 years and 0 days Independent Francisco Dueñas
9   José María Parrilla
(1807–1883)
1 February 1869 15 April 1871 2 years and 73 days Independent Francisco Dueñas [7]
No Vice President (15 April 1871 – 1 February 1872)
10   Manuel Méndez
(?–1872)
1 February 1872 1 September 1872 −153 days Independent Santiago González [8]
No Vice President (1 September 1872 – 1 February 1876)
11   Santiago González
(1818–1887)
1 February 1876 1 May 1876 90 days Liberal Andrés del Valle [9]
No Vice President (1 May 1876 – 1 March 1887)
11   Baltasar Estupinián
(?–?)
1 March 1887 17 March 1887 16 days Liberal Francisco Menéndez [10]
No Vice President (17 March 1887 – 1 March 1891)
12   Antonio Ezeta
(?–?)
1 March 1891 9 June 1894 3 years and 100 days Liberal Carlos Ezeta [11]
No Vice President (9 June 1894 – 1 March 1895)
13   Prudencio Alfaro
(?–?)
1 March 1895 14 November 1898 3 years and 258 days Liberal Rafael Antonio Gutiérrez [12]
No Vice President (14 November 1898 – 1 March 1899)
14   Francisco Antonio Reyes
(?–?)
1 March 1899 1 March 1903 4 years and 0 days Liberal Tomás Regalado [13]
15   Calixto Velado
(?–?)
1 March 1903 1 March 1907 4 years and 0 days Conservative Pedro José Escalón
16   Manuel Enrique Araujo
(1865–1913)
1 March 1907 1 March 1911 4 years and 0 days Independent Fernando Figueroa
17   Onofre Durán
(?–?)
1 March 1911 9 February 1913 1 year and 345 days Independent Manuel Enrique Araujo
No Vice President (9 February 1913 – 1 March 1915)
18   Alfonso Quiñónez Molina
(1874–1950)
1 March 1915 1 March 1923 8 years and 0 days National Democratic Party Carlos Meléndez Ramirez

Alfonso Quiñónez Molina


Jorge Meléndez

19   Pío Romero Bosque
(1860–1935)
1 March 1923 1 March 1927 4 years and 0 days National Democratic Party Alfonso Quiñónez Molina
20   Gustavo Vides
(?–?)
1 March 1927 1 March 1931 4 years and 0 days National Democratic Party Pío Romero Bosque
21   Maximiliano Hernández Martínez
(1882–1966)
1 March 1931 2 December 1931 276 days National Republican Party Arturo Araujo
No Vice President (2 December 1931 – 1 March 1945)
22   Manuel Adriano Vilanova
(?–?)
1 March 1945 14 December 1948 3 years and 288 days Unification Social Democratic Party Salvador Castaneda Castro [14]
No Vice President (14 December 1948 – 25 January 1962)
23   Francisco José Guerrero
(?–?)
25 January 1962 1 July 1962 156 days Independent Eusebio Rodolfo Cordón Cea [15]
  Salvador Ramírez Siliezar
(?–?)
Independent
24   Francisco Roberto Lima
(?–?)
1 July 1962 1 July 1967 5 years and 0 days National Conciliation Party Julio Adalberto Rivera Carballo
25   Humberto Guillermo Cuestas
(?–?)
1 July 1967 1 July 1972 5 years and 0 days National Conciliation Party Fidel Sánchez Hernández
26   Enrique Mayorga Rivas
(?–?)
1 July 1972 1 July 1977 5 years and 0 days National Conciliation Party Arturo Armando Molina
27   Julio Ernesto Astacio
(?–?)
1 July 1977 15 October 1979 2 years and 106 days National Conciliation Party Carlos Humberto Romero
No Vice President (15 October 1979 – 13 December 1980)
28   Jaime Abdul Gutiérrez
(1936–2012)
13 December 1980 2 May 1982 1 year and 140 days Military Revolutionary Government Junta
(José Napoleón Duarte)
29   Raúl Molina Martínez
(1938–)
2 May 1982 1 June 1984 2 years and 60 days Independent Álvaro Magaña [16]
  Mauricio Gutierrez Castro
(1942–)
Independent
  Pablo Mauricio Alvergue
(?–?)
Independent
30   Rodolfo Antonio Claramount Castillo
(?–?)
1 June 1984 1 June 1989 5 years and 0 days Christian Democratic Party José Napoleón Duarte [17]
31   José Francisco Merino López
(1952–)
1 June 1989 1 June 1994 5 years and 0 days Nationalist Republican Alliance Alfredo Cristiani [17]
32   Enrique Borgo Bustamante
(1928–)
1 June 1994 1 June 1999 5 years and 0 days Nationalist Republican Alliance Armando Calderón Sol [17]
33   Carlos Quintanilla Schmidt
(1953–)
1 June 1999 1 June 2004 5 years and 0 days Nationalist Republican Alliance Francisco Flores Pérez [17]
34   Ana Vilma de Escobar
(1954–)
1 June 2004 1 June 2009 5 years and 0 days Nationalist Republican Alliance Francisco Flores Pérez [17]
35   Salvador Sánchez Cerén
(1944–)
1 June 2009 1 June 2014 5 years and 0 days Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front Mauricio Funes [17]
36   Óscar Ortiz
(1961–)
1 June 2014 1 June 2019 5 years and 0 days Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front Salvador Sánchez Cerén [17]
37   Félix Ulloa
(1951–)
1 June 2019 Incumbent 1 year and 267 days Independent Nayib Bukele

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