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¿Cuánto ganan los presidentes de Latinoamérica?







NOTICIAS | AMÉRICA LATINA
Fotos: EFE - AFP - Reuters
Fotos: EFE - AFP - Reuters
Jueves, Enero 29, 2015






Conocer cuál es el salario de los presidentes es una duda persistente entre los ciudadanos de varios países de América Latina que se cuestionan cómo 'sobreviven' los mandatarios teniendo en cuenta la situación socioeconómica (en algunos casos crítica) de algunas naciones.




Recientes publicaciones de diarios económicos de Latinoamérica responden a este cuestionamiento y los sueldos que ganan los mandatarios oscilan entre los 2.000 y los 20.000 dólares.




Enrique Peña Nieto encabeza la lista de los salarios presidenciales más altos de la región. El mandatario, quien ha sido fuertemente criticado por el pueblo mexicano tras la desaparición de 43 estudiantes y los lentos avances en la investigación, recibe más de 20.000 dólares al mes. 




En la otra cara, el boliviano Evo Morales, que asumió hace una semana su tercer mandato, gana cerca de 2.800 dólares al mes, una cifra que representa 15 salarios mínimos en el país andino.




La presidenta chilena Michelle Bachelet recibe más de 15.000 dólares mientras que su homóloga brasileña Dilma Rousseff, quien milita en un partido político de centro izquierda, ingresa cerca de 12.000 dólares mensuales.



Juan Manuel Santos y Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, representantes de Colombia y Argentina respectivamente, obtienen un sueldo de 10.000 dólares cada 30 días.





Vea también: Patrimonio de la presidenta Cristina Fernández creció un 14,6% durante el 2013 





Mujica, quien culmina su mandato el próximo 1 de marzo, ha donado 550.000 dólares a obras sociales en los cinco años de su Presidencia. El presidente uruguayo gana USD 12.500 al mes.




El paraguayo Horacio Cartes obtiene 8.500 dólares.



Por su parte, Rafael Correa obtiene 7.000 dólares al mes, Nicolás Maduro 6.188 y Ollanta Humala 5.500. El hondureño Juan Orlando Hernández recibe cerca de 4.500 dólares (93.000 lempiras). 





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