Vice President of Venezuela

The Vice President of Venezuela (Spanish: Vicepresidente de Venezuela), officially known as the Executive Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (Spanish: Vicepresidente Ejecutivo de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela), is the second highest political position in the government of Venezuela.

Executive Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
Vicepresidente Ejecutivo de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela
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Incumbent
Delcy Rodríguez

since June 18, 2018
ResidenceLa Viñeta
Term lengthNo fixed term
At the President's pleasure
Inaugural holderDiego Bautista Urbaneja
Formation1830
WebsiteVicepresidencia de la República

Since June 14, 2018, Delcy Rodríguez of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela was Vice President to Nicolás Maduro.[1]

List (since 1999)Edit

Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
Term in office

Political party
Notes President
  Isaías Rodríguez
(1942–)
29 January 2000 24 December 2000 Directly designated  
Hugo Chávez
(1999–2002)
Fifth Republic Movement
  Adina Bastidas
(1943–)
24 December 2000 13 January 2002 Directly designated
Independent[2]
  Diosdado Cabello
(1963–)
13 January 2002 12 April 2002 Directly designated
Fifth Republic Movement
Vacancy under Pedro Carmona (2002)
Vacancy under Diosdado Cabello (2002)
  Diosdado Cabello
(1963–)
14 April 2002 28 April 2002 Directly designated  
Hugo Chávez
(2002–2013)
Fifth Republic Movement
  José Vicente Rangel
(1929–2020)
28 April 2002 3 January 2007 Directly designated
Fifth Republic Movement
  Jorge Rodríguez
(1965–)
3 January 2007 4 January 2008 Directly designated
Fifth Republic Movement
  Ramón Carrizales
(1952–)
4 January 2008 26 January 2010 Directly designated
Fifth Republic Movement
United Socialist Party
  Elías Jaua
(1969–)
26 January 2010 13 October 2012 Directly designated
United Socialist Party
  Nicolás Maduro
(1962–)
13 October 2012 8 March 2013 Directly designated
United Socialist Party
  Jorge Arreaza
(1973–)
8 March 2013 6 January 2016 Directly designated  
Nicolás Maduro
(2013–)
United Socialist Party
  Aristóbulo Istúriz
(1946–2021)
6 January 2016 4 January 2017 Directly designated
United Socialist Party
  Tareck El Aissami
(1974–)
4 January 2017 14 June 2018 Directly designated
United Socialist Party
  Delcy Rodríguez
(1969–)
14 June 2018 Incumbent Directly designated
United Socialist Party

ReferencesEdit

  1. "¡Entérate! Nicolás Maduro anuncia cambio de gabinete vía Twitter". La Patilla (in European Spanish). 2018-06-14. Retrieved 2018-06-15.
  2. "Adina Bastidas: "Yo asumo mi responsabilidad en el tema del control de cambio"". Aporrea.org (in Spanish). 13 June 2015. Retrieved 10 January 2016.