We're not on the cusp of an apocalypse or at the door of the promised land. There is an election that is not the equivalent of a war and the country is going to keep moving forwardUruguay presidential polls outcome uncertain Oct 23, 2009
We are inviting you to invest in the country, a reliable country, a stable country that honors contracts and commitments and understands that investors contribute and must be encouraged and looked afterUruguay faces key economic challenges Feb 12, 2010
The only words are silence and there's much work aheadPulp mill pickets present a headache for Argentina's government Apr 26, 2010
I think the next step is for a three-country monitoring process to ensure the river Uruguay does not contaminate and is not contaminated, and I mean Brazil where the river also covers quite a distance and brings along some things from the hinterlandUruguay drags Brazil into pulp mill pollution probe Jun 18, 2010
Our policy should be to sell to as many markets as possible and not concentrate on two or three large buyersUruguay, S. Arabia plan for food security Oct 12, 2010
José Alberto Mujica Cordano (Spanish pronunciation: , known as El Pepe, (born May 20, 1935) is a Uruguayan politician and former guerrilla fighter, a member of the Broad Front (left-wing coalition) and current President of Uruguay.
Mujica was Minister of Livestock, Agriculture, and Fisheries from 2005 to 2008 and a Senator afterwards. He won the 2009 presidential election and took office as President on 1 March 2010.
Mujica was born 20 May 1935 to Demetrio Mujica, of Basque ancestry and Lucy Cordano of Italian descent.