Vice President of Mexico

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Vice President of Mexico
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Coat of arms of Mexico (1824–1918)
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José María Pino Suárez, the last Vice President
StyleMr. Vice President
(informal)
His Excellency
(formal)
FormationOctober 20, 1824
First holderNicolás Bravo
Final holderJosé María Pino Suárez
AbolishedFebruary 5, 1917 (permanently vacant since February 19, 1913)

The office of Vice President of Mexico is the second powerful head of state. Was created by the Constitution of Mexico in 1924, and was finally abolished by the current Constitution of 1917.