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President of Uruguay José Mujica (11 pics)

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77-year-old José Mujica, the president of Uruguay, is the poorest president in the world. He donates most of his $12,500 salary and keeps only $1,250 a month.

1 President of Uruguay José Mujica (11 pics)


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№1 Author: Mjewels (19 Oct 2012 01:39) Total user comments: 61


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Good Guy Jose

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№2 Author: Cooks (19 Oct 2012 01:47) Total user comments: 249


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woah there... If he keeps $1250 a month from his salary, he must be earning $15,000 per year and not $12,500, or he's not getting paid for 2 months of the year. And if he keeps $1250 from either $12,500, or $15,000 he isn't donating it.... Somebodies numbers are wrong.....!
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№3 Author: Bender Rodriguez (19 Oct 2012 02:10) Total user comments: 1101


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@ Cooks:
or he has a $12,500 monthly salary, he only keeps $1,250 and donates $11,250
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№4 Author: polo (19 Oct 2012 02:12) Total user comments: 174


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Cooks,
I think you missunderstood. They probably meant that he earns $12,500 a month not a year. I wonder what currency it is though.
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№5 Author: pachakuan (19 Oct 2012 02:39) Total user comments: 243


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Ese jose se ve qe es la mera bandota 12
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№6 Author: Farall (19 Oct 2012 03:34) Total user comments: 2


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I am from Uruguay. And this post talks about dollars. His actual salary is about 250.000 uruguayan pesos. He donates aproximately 90% to finance housing plans.

edit: And yes, monthly salary.
off-topic: His dog name is Manuela and she misses one leg. 05
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№7 Author: Hypertension (19 Oct 2012 04:51) Total user comments: 1186


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He sure loves his country so much.
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№8 Author: roraflores (19 Oct 2012 05:55) Total user comments: 65


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Good man. Lets see if Cristina Kirchner or any other politic learn from him.
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№9 Author: rodrigozanatta (19 Oct 2012 08:16) Total user comments: 691


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Uruguay is a small country. But is it correct a president of a country have so bad house? This is not about he, but about the image that he show for the world.

And about his personal security? Is this safe? Someone can kill he. But again, uruguay is a small country. In brazil, I don't think he can live like that, even if he want.
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№10 Author: pizzaugis (19 Oct 2012 10:27) Total user comments: 12


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My Country
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№11 Author: quackers (19 Oct 2012 10:56) Total user comments: 4830


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WHAT EVER STILL A GOOD MAN,.,.,,.
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№12 Author: DasSyko (19 Oct 2012 11:29) Total user comments: 78


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If only most of the worlds rulers were like this man
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№13 Author: mahedi (19 Oct 2012 12:14) Total user comments: 10772


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Take my salute Mr. President
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№14 Author: fairmania (19 Oct 2012 12:24) Total user comments: 1436


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Hats off to this man.

Me knows where the priorities in life lay, and that even if he lives relatively poorly, there are people worse off than him.

As for security, who's going to kill a man with nothing to take but his life, and his dog? The next in his seat would probably just roll in the cash and fuck off the housing system.

Everyone loses!
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№15 Author: Naphia (19 Oct 2012 15:18) Total user comments: 1071


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Impressive. There are many others who could learn from him. 05
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№16 Author: madsern (19 Oct 2012 18:07) Total user comments: 707


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respect 04
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№17 Author: Shalaba (19 Oct 2012 18:11) Total user comments: 381


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respect for the man. All presidents should be like him, we would have less problems then. 04
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№18 Author: verdecauncastravete (19 Oct 2012 18:31) Total user comments: 1239


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if and as U.S. president would think as same.........
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№19 Author: Pilgrim (19 Oct 2012 19:47) Total user comments: 2288


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Good man! Also, he looks like my grandpa.
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№20 Author: RWhitcher (20 Oct 2012 00:14) Total user comments: 72


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I wish north American leaders would learn from him. 04
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№21 Author: elunicotomas (20 Oct 2012 06:47) Total user comments: 1680


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and the best of all.... he wants legal marijuana in uruguay 44 44
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№22 Author: Panda (20 Oct 2012 10:05) Total user comments: 28


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almost like Thomas Sankara, search the wiki
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№23 Author: mohammad (20 Oct 2012 18:56) Total user comments: 14


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loser 07
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№24 Author: Greennauta_ (21 Oct 2012 22:29) Total user comments: 486


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This guy is going to save all the stoners of the world,
taking the first step toward the
legalization of our damn weed. 44

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№25 Author: zorak (22 Oct 2012 16:09) Total user comments: 276


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He is not poor, just has that he needs. Amazing man. 04
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№26 Author: Lu (22 Oct 2012 20:23) Total user comments: 15082


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Hats off for the man! 04
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№27 Author: adzhoe (10 Nov 2012 05:36) Total user comments: 14959


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Seems like good things, but let's get the facts straight instead of suggesting maybethis... or mistaken that...
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