Do Uruguay have a king?
No, as it's not a kingdom. It's a republican democracy and its president is José Mujica.
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Uruguay is a comparatively small country in South America, along the Atlantic coast between Brazil and Argentina. Its capital is Montevideo. The Uruguay River separates it f…rom Argentina in the west, and Brazil in the north and northeast, the estuary "RÃo de la Plata" (River Plate) is to its southwest and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast.
Uruguay is a country in South America. It was established in 1825 after declaring independence from Brazil.
One fo the laws of Uruguay are: that you must be OLDER than eighteen years old to vote for president,mayor or vice president.. One fo the laws of Uruguay are: that you must b…e OLDER than eighteen years old to vote for president,mayor or vice president.. One fo the laws of Uruguay are: that you must be OLDER than eighteen years old to vote for president,mayor or vice president.
There are no kings in Uruguay
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Now president Dr. TabarÃ© VÃ¡zquez from the Frente Amplio party. He took office in 2015.
No, Uruguay's an independent country since 1825 and it's a democratic republic since then (it has a different president each 5 years)
Mostly an agricultural country, wool as one of their main exports. Many different types of crops
the currency in Uruguay is : peso
The country of Brazil
Uruguay has no king, it has a president: Dr. TabarÃ© VÃ¡zquez.
Uruguay has a president (is not a kingdom) and his name is JosÃ© Mujica.
Uruguay is not a kingdom, it's a republican democracy. Its president is JosÃ© Mujica and its vice-president Danilo Astori.
No. The longest river in Uruguay is the Rio Negro.
you can take a plane or you can get there by boat. its immpossible to get there by car
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Uruguay (the country) is named like that because of the name of the river that separates it from Argentina. Uruguay's (the country) full name is "RepÃºblica Oriental del Uru…guay" which means "Eastern Republic of the Uruguay", because of its location in respect of the same-called river. The Uruguay River name comes from the Spanish settlers' interpretation of the word the locals used to designate it. The original name, Urugua'Ã½ , in GuaranÃ, means "river of the painted birds".