Vice President of Colombia

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The Vice President of Colombia is the first in the presidential line of succession, becoming the new President of Colombia upon leave of absence or death, resignation, or removal of the president, as designated by the Colombian Constitution of 1991 which also reinstated the vice president figure after almost a century of being abolished during the presidency of Rafael Núñez.wikipedia
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President of Colombia

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The Vice President of Colombia is the first in the presidential line of succession, becoming the new President of Colombia upon leave of absence or death, resignation, or removal of the president, as designated by the Colombian Constitution of 1991 which also reinstated the vice president figure after almost a century of being abolished during the presidency of Rafael Núñez.
Article 115 states that the National Government is formed by the President of Colombia, the Vice President of Colombia, the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Colombia and the Directors of the Administrative Departments of Colombia.

Marta Lucía Ramírez

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Marta Lucía Ramírez is the current vice president.
Martha Lucía Ramírez Blanco (born 4 July 1954 in Zipaquira) is a Colombian lawyer, politician, and the current Vice President of Colombia.

List of presidents of Colombia

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Every president has defined the vice president's functions within their government.
Upon the death, resignation, or removal from office of an incumbent President, the Vice President assumes the office.

List of presidential designates of Colombia

Below is a list of the office-holders until it was abolished and replaced by the restoration of the post of Vice President of Colombia in 1994.

Colombian Constitution of 1991

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The Vice President of Colombia is the first in the presidential line of succession, becoming the new President of Colombia upon leave of absence or death, resignation, or removal of the president, as designated by the Colombian Constitution of 1991 which also reinstated the vice president figure after almost a century of being abolished during the presidency of Rafael Núñez.
The seventh title of the Constitution, in articles 188 through 227, establishes the executive branch, which is led by the President of Colombia and includes the Vice President and the Council of Ministers (or cabinet).

Presidential Designate

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In 1858 the office of the office Vice President of Colombia was abolished, and the line of succession was broken and modified, making the heads of the Ministries of Colombia the successors to the presidency, going from oldest to youngest.

Francisco Antonio Zea

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Juan Francisco Antonio Hilarión Zea Díaz (born 23 November 1766 – 28 November 1822) was a Colombian journalist, botanist, diplomat, politician, and statesman who served as Vice President of Colombia under then President Simón Bolívar.

Rafael Núñez (politician)

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The Vice President of Colombia is the first in the presidential line of succession, becoming the new President of Colombia upon leave of absence or death, resignation, or removal of the president, as designated by the Colombian Constitution of 1991 which also reinstated the vice president figure after almost a century of being abolished during the presidency of Rafael Núñez.

Natural-born-citizen clause

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The vice president must be a natural-born citizen of Colombia, at least 30 years of age.

Executive Branch of Colombia

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The vice president can also be authorized by the president special missions (like to represent him on international diplomatic visits) or designate him in any position of the Colombian Executive branch of Power.

Administrative Department of the Presidency of the Republic (Colombia)

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Angelino Garzón

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Angelino Garzón Quintero (born 29 October 1946) served as Vice President of Colombia, under President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón.

Germán Vargas Lleras

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Germán Vargas Lleras (born February 19, 1962) is a Colombian politician who recently served as Vice President of Colombia under President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón.

Manuel María Mallarino

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Manuel María Mallarino Ibargüen (18 June 1808 – 6 January 1872) was the 8th Vice President of New Granada, and as such served as Acting President from 1855 to 1857.

Carlos Lemos Simmonds

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Carlos Apolinar Lemos Simmonds (October 23, 1933 – July 30, 2003) was the sixth Vice President of Colombia.

Manuel Rodríguez Torices

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He was part of the Triumvirate of the United Provinces of New Granada in 1815, and served as Vice President of the United Provinces after the triumvirate.