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:
Its current territories are listed below:
Map of Uruguay
This country doesn't have any trading embargoes at the moment.
- Last update: 12 April 2016
The following table lists the Parties of Uruguay
|Logo||Party||Abb||Party President||Economical Orientation||Social Orientation||Congress Seats||Total Members|
|PLU||Juan Pablo Barral||2Center||3Libertarian||3||44|
|Movimiento Artiguista Revolucionario
The following table lists the presidents of Uruguay