Vice Presidential elections were held in Paraguay on 13 August 2000, following the assassination of Luis María Argaña. The result was a victory for Julio César Franco of the Authentic Radical Liberal Party, who received 49.6% of the vote. Voter turnout was 60.7%.

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  • Vice Presidential elections were held in Paraguay on 13 August 2000, following the assassination of Luis María Argaña. The result was a victory for Julio César Franco of the Authentic Radical Liberal Party, who received 49.6% of the vote. Voter turnout was 60.7%. (en)
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  • Vice Presidential elections were held in Paraguay on 13 August 2000, following the assassination of Luis María Argaña. The result was a victory for Julio César Franco of the Authentic Radical Liberal Party, who received 49.6% of the vote. Voter turnout was 60.7%. (en)
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  • Paraguayan vice presidential election, 2000 (en)
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