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July 21, 2022 
The Presidents of Uruguay Luis Lacalle Pou, Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez and Argentina Alberto Fernandez... 
Luque, Paraguay 
Presidents of the South American Mercosur bloc hold summit in Luque 
The Presidents of Uruguay Luis Lacalle Pou, Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez and Argentina Alberto Fernandez talk before the family picture, during the South American Mercosur bloc summit, in Luque, Paraguay July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo 
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July 21, 2022 
The Presidents of Uruguay Luis Lacalle Pou, Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez and Argentina Alberto Fernandez... 
Luque, Paraguay 
Presidents of the South American Mercosur bloc hold summit in Luque 
The Presidents of Uruguay Luis Lacalle Pou, Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez and Argentina Alberto Fernandez gather for the family picture, during the South American Mercosur bloc summit, in Luque, Paraguay July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo 
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July 21, 2022 
The Presidents of Uruguay Luis Lacalle Pou, Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez and Argentina Alberto Fernandez... 
Luque, Paraguay 
Presidents of the South American Mercosur bloc hold summit in Luque 
The Presidents of Uruguay Luis Lacalle Pou, Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez and Argentina Alberto Fernandez gather for the family picture, during the South American Mercosur bloc summit, in Luque, Paraguay July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Cesar Olmedo 
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March 01, 2020 
Uruguay's new President Luis Lacalle Pou sings the national anthem with his wife Lorena Ponce de Leon... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Uruguay's President-elect Luis Lacalle Pou is sworn-in, in Montevideo 
Uruguay's new President Luis Lacalle Pou sings the national anthem with his wife Lorena Ponce de Leon and their son Luis Alberto, at the Estevez Palace after he was sworn into office, in Montevideo, Uruguay March 1, 2020. REUTERS/Mariana Greif REFILE - CORRECTING NAME OF THEIR SON 
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December 07, 2015 
Colombia's former President Andres Pastrana (3rd L) speaks next to Costa Rica's former President Laura... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Colombia's former President Andres Pastrana speaks next to a group of former Presidents during a newsconference... 
Colombia's former President Andres Pastrana (3rd L) speaks next to Costa Rica's former President Laura Chinchilla (2nd L), Costa Rica's former President Miguel Angel Rodriguez (L), (R-L) Panama's former President Mireya Moscoso, Uruguay's former President Luis Alberto Lacalle and Bolivia's former President Jorge Quiroga during a news conference in Caracas, December 7, 2015. A group of former presidents, who are members of the Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas (IDEA), was invited by the Venezuelan coalition of opposition parties (MUD) as an accompaniment mission for the parliamentary elections. The opposition Democratic Unity coalition won more than twice the number of National Assembly seats as the Socialists in elections on Sunday that punished President Nicolas Maduro's government for the country's deep economic and social crisis. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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December 06, 2015 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (R), smiles during his meeting with (L-2nd R) Uruguay's former President... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, smiles during his meeting with Uruguay's former President Luis... 
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro (R), smiles during his meeting with (L-2nd R) Uruguay's former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, Costa Rica's former President Laura Chinchilla and Colombia's former President Andres Pastrana at Miraflores Palace in Caracas December 5, 2015. A group of former presidents, who are members of the Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas (IDEA), was invited by the Venezuelan coalition of opposition parties (MUD) as an accompaniment mission for the upcoming parliamentary elections on December 6. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
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December 04, 2015 
(L-R) Uruguay's former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, Costa Rica's former President Laura Chinchilla... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Uruguay's former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, Costa Rica's former President Laura Chinchilla and Colombia's... 
(L-R) Uruguay's former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, Costa Rica's former President Laura Chinchilla and Colombia's former President Andres Pastrana speak during a news conference in Caracas December 4, 2015. A group of former presidents, who are members of the Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas (IDEA), was invited by the Venezuelan coalition of opposition parties (MUD) as an accompaniment mission for the upcoming parliamentary elections. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
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February 26, 2011 
Doll heads representing Uruguayan President Jose Mujica (C), former Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
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Doll heads representing Uruguayan President Jose Mujica (C), former Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle (R) and Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez are seen at the headquarters of the Murga "Agarrate Catalina" at the Teatro de Verano (Summer Theater) of Montevideo February 21, 2011. To match Feature URUGUAY-CARNAVAL/ REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY - Tags: SOCIETY) 
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November 29, 2009 
Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica (L) is greeted by supporters while leaving his farm in the outskirts... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica is greeted by supporters while leaving his farm in the outskirts... 
Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica (L) is greeted by supporters while leaving his farm in the outskirts of Montevideo November 29, 2009. Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Pablo Bielli (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica (L) is greeted by supporters while leaving his farm in the outskirts... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica is greeted by supporters while leaving his farm in the outskirts... 
Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica (L) is greeted by supporters while leaving his farm in the outskirts of Montevideo November 29, 2009. Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Pablo Bielli (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Maria Constanza, 73, waits with flowers to visit former left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica in Montevideo... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Maria Constanza, 73, waits with flowers to visit former left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica in Montevideo... 
Maria Constanza, 73, waits with flowers to visit former left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
The electoral document of Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle is shown by an electoral officer... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
The electoral document of Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle is shown by an electoral officer... 
The electoral document of Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle is shown by an electoral officer in a polling station in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica , a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks to the media after casting his vote in Montevideo... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks to the media after casting his vote in Montevideo... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks to the media after casting his vote in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks to the media after casting his vote in Montevideo... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks to the media after casting his vote in Montevideo... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks to the media after casting his vote in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (L) gestures while arriving to cast his vote in Montevideo... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures while arriving to cast his vote in Montevideo 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (L) gestures while arriving to cast his vote in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes while casting his vote in Montevideo November 29,... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes while casting his vote in Montevideo 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes while casting his vote in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to the crowd after casting his vote in Montevideo... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to the crowd after casting his vote in Montevideo... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to the crowd after casting his vote in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes while casting his vote in Montevideo November 29,... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes while casting his vote in Montevideo 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes while casting his vote in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 29, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures to the crowd after casting his vote in Montevideo... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures to the crowd after casting his vote in Montevideo... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures to the crowd after casting his vote in Montevideo November 29, 2009. Left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica , a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off over Lacalle, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 28, 2009 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for the international... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for international... 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for the international media in Montevideo November 28, 2009. Lacalle will face Presidential candidate of ruling party Frente Amplio former left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica. Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off on Sunday, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 28, 2009 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for the international... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for international... 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for the international media in Montevideo November 28, 2009. Lacalle will face Presidential candidate of ruling party Frente Amplio former left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica. Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off on Sunday, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 28, 2009 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for the international... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for international... 
Nacional party Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle addresses a news conference for the international media in Montevideo November 28, 2009. Lacalle will face Presidential candidate of ruling party Frente Amplio former left-wing guerrilla fighter Jose Mujica. Mujica, a 74-year-old senator who was jailed during Uruguay's 1973-85 military dictatorship, is expected to win Uruguay's presidency in a run-off on Sunday, extending the rule of a leftist governing coalition popular with Uruguayans for its handling of the economy. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 13, 2009 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo,... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo... 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo, November 13, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica from the ruling Broad Front leftist coalition and Lacalle will head into a run-off vote on November 29. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 13, 2009 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo,... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo... 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo, November 13, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica from the ruling Broad Front leftist coalition and Lacalle will head into a run-off vote on November 29. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 13, 2009 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks during an interview in Montevideo,... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks during an interview in Montevideo 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle speaks during an interview in Montevideo, November 13, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica from the ruling Broad Front leftist coalition and Lacalle will head into a run-off vote on November 29. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT) 
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November 13, 2009 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo,... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo... 
National Party presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo, November 13, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica from the ruling Broad Front leftist coalition and Lacalle will head into a run-off vote on November 29. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT) 
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November 13, 2009 
National party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo,... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
National party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo... 
National party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo, November 13, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica from the ruling Broad Front leftist coalition and Lacalle will head into a run-off vote on November 29. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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November 13, 2009 
National party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo,... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
National party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo... 
National party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview in Montevideo, November 13, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica from the ruling Broad Front leftist coalition and Lacalle will head into a run-off vote on November 29. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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October 26, 2009 
Nacional party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (L) and vice presidential candidate Jorge... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party's presidential candidate Lacalle and VP candidate Larranaga celebrate in Montevideo 
Nacional party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (L) and vice presidential candidate Jorge Larranaga celebrate in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Gustavo Niederer(URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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October 26, 2009 
Nacional party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (R) and vice presidential candidate Jorge... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party's presidential candidate Lacalle and VP candidate Larranaga celebrate in Montevideo 
Nacional party's presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (R) and vice presidential candidate Jorge Larranaga celebrate in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Gustavo Niederer(URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXQ0HU 
October 26, 2009 
Frente Amplio party presidential candidate Jose Mujica waves to the crowd in Montevideo October 25, 2009.... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Frente Amplio party presidential candidate Jose Mujica waves to the crowd in Montevideo 
Frente Amplio party presidential candidate Jose Mujica waves to the crowd in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Luis Alberto Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY ELECTION
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October 26, 2009 
Frente Amplio party presidential candidate Jose Mujica (C), Frente Amplio President Jorge Broveto and... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Frente Amplio party presidential candidate Jose Mujica, Frente Amplio President Jorge Broveto and Montevideo's... 
Frente Amplio party presidential candidate Jose Mujica (C), Frente Amplio President Jorge Broveto and Montevideo's major Ricardo Erlich (L) wave to the crowd October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Luis Alberto Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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RTXQ0HR 
October 26, 2009 
Frente Amplio party presidential candidate Jose Mujica and vice president cantidate Danilo Astori (L)... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Supporters of Frente Amplio party candidate Jose Mujica celebrate in the street 
Frente Amplio party presidential candidate Jose Mujica and vice president cantidate Danilo Astori (L) wave to the crowd October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Luis Alberto Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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October 26, 2009 
Supporters of Frente Amplio party candidate Jose Mujica celebrate in the streets of Montevideo October... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Supporters of Frente Amplio party candidate Mujica celebrate in the streets of Montevideo 
Supporters of Frente Amplio party candidate Jose Mujica celebrate in the streets of Montevideo October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Luis Alberto Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXQ0H8 
October 26, 2009 
Supporters of Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle celebrate in the streets of Montevideo October... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Supporters of Nacional party candidate Lacalle celebrate in the streets of Montevideo 
Supporters of Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle celebrate in the streets of Montevideo October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXQ0H7 
October 26, 2009 
Supporters of Frente Amplio party candidate Jose Mujica celebrate in the streets of Montevideo October... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Supporters of Frente Amplio party candidate Mujica celebrate in the streets of Montevideo 
Supporters of Frente Amplio party candidate Jose Mujica celebrate in the streets of Montevideo October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Luis Alberto Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION/
RTXQ0H5 
October 26, 2009 
Supporters of Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle celebrate in the streets of Montevideo October... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Supporters of Nacional party candidate Lacalle celebrate in the streets of Montevideo 
Supporters of Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle celebrate in the streets of Montevideo October 25, 2009. Former leftist guerrilla leader Jose Mujica, who is running in first place in Uruguay's presidential election, told local television on Sunday that he expects the race to be decided in a run-off vote in November. Exit polls show Mujica with just a few points under 50 percent of the votes, which means he will have to go to a second round against Lacalle, his conservative rival. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION/
RTXQ0AU 
October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to a crowd as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to a crowd as he arrives to cast his vote in Montevideo... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to a crowd as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXQ0AC 
October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to a crowd as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to a crowd as he arrives to cast his vote in Montevideo... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle waves to a crowd as he arrives to cast his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (R) talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to media before casting his vote at a polling station... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (R) talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to media before casting his vote at a polling station... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to media before casting his vote at a polling station... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXQ09Y 
October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to media before casting his vote at a polling station... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle talks to the media before casting his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXQ09X 
October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle casts his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle casts his vote at a polling station in Montevideo 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle casts his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXQ09W 
October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle kisses his ballot before casting his vote at a polling... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle kisses his ballot before casting his vote at a polling... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle kisses his ballot before casting his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXQ09V 
October 25, 2009 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes with the media before casting his vote at a polling... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes with the media before casting his vote at a polling... 
Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle jokes with the media before casting his vote at a polling station in Montevideo October 25, 2009. Uruguayans cast ballots in a presidential election on Sunday pitting Jose Mujica, a former guerrilla leader, against Lacalle, a conservative ex-president, with both men vowing to maintain market-friendly policies in one of South America's most stable economies. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXPP60 
October 16, 2009 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's... 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's headquarters in Montevideo October 16, 2009. Uruguay's national elections will take place on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
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RTXPP5Z 
October 16, 2009 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's... 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's headquarters in Montevideo October 16, 2009. Uruguay's national elections will take place on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY/
RTXPP5Y 
October 16, 2009 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's... 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's headquarters in Montevideo October 16, 2009. Uruguay's national elections will take place on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY/
RTXPP5X 
October 16, 2009 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's... 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's headquarters in Montevideo October 16, 2009. Uruguay's national elections will take place on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY/
RTXPP4V 
October 16, 2009 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's... 
Partido Nacional (National Party) presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during an interview at the party's headquarters in Montevideo October 16, 2009. Uruguay's national elections will take place on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY/
RTXPP4R 
October 16, 2009 
Partido Nacional (National Party) Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle smokes a cigarette during... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle smokes during an interview at the party's... 
Partido Nacional (National Party) Presidential candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle smokes a cigarette during an interview at the party's headquarters in Montevideo October 16, 2009. Uruguay's national elections will take place on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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RTXPDN6 
October 07, 2009 
Partido Nacional candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (2nd L) and vice presidential candidate Jorge Larranaga... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional candidate Lacalle and vice presidential candidate Larranaga wave to the crowd during... 
Partido Nacional candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle (2nd L) and vice presidential candidate Jorge Larranaga wave to the crowd during a campaign rally in Montevideo October 6, 2009. Uruguay's presidential election will be held on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION/
RTXPDMR 
October 06, 2009 
Partido Nacional candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during a campaign rally in Montevideo October... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional candidate Lacalle gestures during a campaign rally in Montevideo 
Partido Nacional candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle gestures during a campaign rally in Montevideo October 6, 2009. Uruguay's presidential election will be held on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff(URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION/
RTXPDMP 
October 06, 2009 
Partido Nacional candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle receives flowers from an unidentified girl as they pose... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional candidate Lacalle receives flowers from an unidentified girl as they pose for a picture... 
Partido Nacional candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle receives flowers from an unidentified girl as they pose for a picture during a campaign rally in Montevideo October 6, 2009. Uruguay's presidential election will be held on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff(URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION/
RTXPDMN 
October 06, 2009 
Partido Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle delivers a speech during a campaign rally in Montevideo... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional party candidate Lacalle delivers a speech during a campaign rally in Montevideo 
Partido Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle delivers a speech during a campaign rally in Montevideo October 6, 2009. Uruguay's presidential election will be held on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff(URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION/
RTXPDMM 
October 06, 2009 
Partido Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle delivers a speech during a campaign rally in Montevideo... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Partido Nacional party candidate Lacalle delivers a speech during a campaign rally in Montevideo 
Partido Nacional party candidate Luis Alberto Lacalle delivers a speech during a campaign rally in Montevideo October 6, 2009. Uruguay's presidential election will be held on October 25. REUTERS/Andres Stapff(URUGUAY POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION
RTR255BD 
June 29, 2009 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, pre-candidate for the White party, is seen after learning of his... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, pre-candidate for the White party, is seen after learning of his... 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, pre-candidate for the White party, is seen after learning of his victory in the primaries in Montevideo June 28, 2009. Uruguayans will pick a successor to popular President Tabare Vazquez, the country's first socialist leader, in an October election. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION
RTR255B8 
June 29, 2009 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, pre-candidate for the White party, gives a speech after learning... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle gives a speech after learning of his victory in the primaries... 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, pre-candidate for the White party, gives a speech after learning of his victory in the primaries in Montevideo June 28, 2009. Uruguayans will pick a successor to popular President Tabare Vazquez, the country's first socialist leader, in an October election. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
URUGUAY-ELECTION
RTR255B4 
June 29, 2009 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, pre-candidate for the White party, gives a speech after learning... 
Montevideo, Uruguay 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle gives a speech after learning of his victory in the primaries... 
Former President Luis Alberto Lacalle, pre-candidate for the White party, gives a speech after learning of his victory in the primaries in Montevideo June 28, 2009. Uruguayans will pick a successor to popular President Tabare Vazquez, the country's first socialist leader, in an October election. REUTERS/Pablo La Rosa (URUGUAY ELECTIONS POLITICS) 
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