Josè Mujica was the 40th President of Uruguay who was in power from 01 March 2010 to 01 March 2015. He parted with 90% of his compensation. He is the Uruguayan President who legitimized weed and gay marriage.
Mujica leads a serious unconventional life inside and outside of the public eye. At the point when he was President, he turned down the proposal to live in a state-gave official home and decided to live in his wife'swmodest farmhouse all things considered.
In the event that his house wasn't sufficiently proof, he isn't a minister without activity. Mujica lived on just 10% of his pay, deciding to give the rest to noble cause all things being equal. His essential vehicle was a maturing 1987 Volkswagen Beetle and was the solitary thing he announced in 2010 for his yearly close to home abundance presentation, as his home, land and farm truck are really his significant other's.
He has since resigned and still lives in his homestead home.
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