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Flag of Uruguay   Coat of Arms of Uruguay

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General rank 34
Anthem Sean los Orientales tan Ilustrados como Valientes
Capital Montevideo (Charrúa)
Language Spanish
Population 1,149
President Dario Faccioli
Party Partido Socialista Uruguayo
Currency Flag-Uruguay.jpg [UYU] Uruguayan Peso
Minimum salary Flag-Uruguay.jpg 1.00 UYU
Territories 1

Map of Uruguay

Last update April 27th, 2011

Uruguay was added to eRepublik in 10 June 2009. There were only two parties present: "Partido Democrático Uruguayo", "Partido Nacional - Blanco", and "Guerrilha of Brasil - Uruguay".

The first one was a creation of the Uruguayans (from real life) that had come from the outer countries, because Uruguay had not existed since 10 June.

And the second one was created by Parvos (or "Fools" in English) and their purpose was to take over the congress and presidency of Uruguay so as to make their Anarchy Empire be real. However, it was not fair for Uruguayans to destroy a representation of a Real Life country and turn it into an utopian system.

Finally, the Guerrilla of Brazil was a party with the objectives of turning Uruguay into a military base as the presentation on their ideology said. Despite Guerrilla was not supported by the Brazilian government, the take over objective on Uruguay was the same.

With the help of AHA (Alianza HispanoAmericana), the majority in congressmen was obtained, resulting in 5 Uruguayan congressmen, 1 parvo, and 4 Guerrilla members. So, the Gold of Uruguay was safe from take over because the Banco Central de Uruguay was created.

Then, the presidential elections came on the 5 July. The candidate ajburu from the party Partido Democratico Uruguayo won the elections against Nosrial Olem, the Guerrilla candidate, so, the victory was for the Uruguayans of Real Life.

After that, the Parvos almost exited Uruguay, going to Portugal. And the guerrilla members too, but to Brazil. Time passed and the Guerrilha Party was transformed into Partido Social Demócrata Uruguayo, and the Parvos Party (or Partido Dos Parvos - Uru, by then) was transformed into Partido Uruguay Libre.


The original territory of Uruguay is composed of several regions: Charrua

Its current territories are listed below:

Original Owner Resource Map
Charrua Icon-capital.gif Icon-Uruguay.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Icon allcountries.gif
Charrua Icon-Uruguay.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Icon allcountries.gif

Map of Uruguay




This country doesn't have any trading embargoes at the moment.


Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Q3.png Food 0% 5% 6%
Icon - Weapon Q2.png Weapon 0% 5% 6%
Icon - Food Raw Materials.png Food raw material 0% 12% -
Icon - Weapon Raw Materials.png Weapon raw material 0% 8% -
Icon - House Raw Materials.png House raw material 0% 1% -
Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Moving ticket Q3.png Tickets 0% 0% 0%
Icon - House Q3.png Houses 0% 99% 1%
Icon - Hospital Q3.png Hospitals 0% 0% 0%
Icon - Defense system Q3.png Defense system 0% 0% 0%
  • Last update: 12 April 2016


Political Parties

The following table lists the Parties of Uruguay

Logo Party Abb Party President Economical Orientation Social Orientation Congress Seats Total Members
Logo plu wiki.jpg Partido Liberal
PLU Juan Pablo Barral 2Center 3Libertarian 3 44
Partido Socialista Uruguayo.jpg Partido
PSU Soledad Cabrera 3Far-left 3Libertarian 1 43
Partido Militar Uruguayo.jpg Partido
PMU EmiGp 4Center 3N/A 2 26
Partido Democratico Nacional.jpg Partido Democratico
PDN Pablo Novell 4Center 3Libertarian 1 20
Partido Ecologista Uruguayo.jpg Partido Ecologista
PDN Milton Morttensen 4Center 3Libertarian 2 19
Party-Movimiento Artiguista Revolucionario.png Movimiento Artiguista Revolucionario
MAR Damian C6 4Far-left 3Libertarian 2 20


The following table lists the presidents of Uruguay

Date Term Began President Political Afilliation %
6 July, 2009 Ajburu Partido Democratico Uruguayo 56.60%
6 August, 2009 Daniel Gardel Partido Democratico Uruguayo 50.38%
6 September, 2009 ale992 Part. SocialDemocrata Uruguayo 100.00%
6 October, 2009 domenicodeluca Part. SocialDemocrata Uruguayo 50.59%
6 November, 2009 Chukamika Partido Democratico Uruguayo 51.74%
6 December, 2009 Hikarinodearu Part. SocialDemocrata Uruguayo 39.88%
6 January, 2010 Andres El Montevideano Partido Liberal Uruguayo 100.00%
6 February, 2010 Daniel Gardel Partido Democratico Uruguayo 32.24%
6 March, 2010 charrua3 Partido Democrático Nacional 60.14%
6 April,2010 UruFalco Part. SocialDemocrata Uruguayo 100.00%
6 May, 2010 Christian Azziorri Partido Liberal Uruguayo 44.74%
6 June, 2010 Alberto Mutti Partido Liberal Uruguayo 63.35%
6 July, 2010 Cantalizio Partido Ecologista Uruguayo 100.00%
6 August, 2010 tiopiter Partido Militar Uruguayo 48.39%
6 September, 2010 DUFTY Partido Militar Uruguayo 32.03%
6 October, 2010 Vladimir Ilich Partido Socialista Uruguayo 50.45%
6 November, 2010 Chukamika Partido Liberal Uruguayo 61.16%
6 December, 2010 Rolote Partido Socialista Uruguayo 48.81%
6 January, 2011 El senior de los cielos Partido Liberal Uruguayo 38.60%
6 February, 2011 Zeix Partido Socialista Uruguayo 42.86%
6 March, 2011 Bipel Partido Socialista Uruguayo 39.86%
6 April, 2011 J. Pierre Darricarrere Partido Liberal Uruguayo 50.00%
6 May, 2011 r. R Partido Socialista Uruguayo 52.04%
6 June, 2011 Juan Pablo Barral Partido Liberal Uruguayo 42.45%
6 July, 2011 Berkut Dorado Partido Liberal Uruguayo 52.25%
6 August, 2011 Rolote Partido Socialista Uruguayo 53.12%
6 September, 2011 Franco P Partido Liberal Uruguayo 45.88%
6 October, 2011 Franco P Partido Liberal Uruguayo 58.90%
6 November, 2011 r. R Partido Socialista Uruguayo 53.54%
6 December, 2011 Ithilwen Partido Liberal Uruguayo 55.22%
6 January, 2012 Alberto Mutti Partido Liberal Uruguayo 53.51%
6 February, 2012 Juan Pablo Barral Partido Liberal Uruguayo 69.07%
6 March, 2012 Pelo882 Partido Liberal Uruguayo 53.29%
6 April, 2012 Pelo882 Partido Liberal Uruguayo 53.02%


The following table lists the Abril 2011 cabinet.

Ministry Minister Party
President Pelo882 Partido Liberal Uruguayo
Ministry of Foreign Affairs maxicasas Partido Liberal Uruguayo
Ministry of Social Development Master Darth Vader Partido Liberal Uruguayo
Ministry of Economy Juan Pablo Barral Partido Liberal Uruguayo
Ministry of Defence Aldea Oculta de la Hoja Partido Liberal Uruguayo


Uruguay is not involved in wars due to its pacific nature. However, the Uruguayan Army is present, as you can see in the Official Forum of Uruguay (link at the end of this Wiki).

There is an active pact with Malaysia in order to participate in the Sol Wargames.

The average strength level of the population is of 2178.56 points.


Mpp List

This country doesn't have any alliances at the moment.

USA, Brazil, Francia, Germany, Romania, Argentina, Turkey, Greece, Colombia, China,

Uruguay was a member of the former ALA. Former Uruguayan leaders in this alliance were:

  • Yosarian: Militar Chief of ALA (15 Sep 09 - 16 Oct 09)
  • Alberto Mutti: Secretary General of ALA (06 Feb 10 - Present)


Wargames are present (against Malaysia), but not real wars though.


  • Uruguay has total of 193 newspapers.
  • Most subscribed newspapers are:
Rank Newspaper Press Director
1 Gold vs. Paper Sr. Eze
2 Diario Oficial de Uruguay Presidencia de Uruguay
3 eCitizen Post aleJot
4 Defensa de Uruguay Ejercito Uruguayo
5 eRepublicaneando Iskander Etchart
6 Diario de America Alberto Mutti
7 El eSoldado Alvaro Mesa
8 Reporteros sin Fronteras Domenicodeluca
9 Diario Oficial del PSDU Obra Social PSDA
10 Excepcion Rodrigo_1290

External links

Official Forum