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President Mujica has yet to be tested on his stance on gay rights, however his predecessor President Tabare Vazquez was known for a progressive attitude to gay rights during his five year tenure. North of the highlands is an area of rolling hills and deep valleys formed by rivers and covered with forest. From Colombia to Argentina, language and culture are still alive. Tegua, was the diminutive expression and linguistic turn of water (agua).

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