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List of Vice Presidents of the Philippines from Wikipedia

List of Vice Presidents

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Vice President

Took office

Left office

Party

President

Term

Era

 

 

1

Mariano Trías[1]

March 22, 1897

December 27, 1897[2]

none
(Magdalo faction of the Katipunan)

Emilio Aguinaldo

-

Tejeros Convention

 

 

Abolished
December 27, 1897 - November 15, 1935

 

2

Sergio Osmeña

November 15, 1935

August 1, 1944[3]

Nacionalista

Manuel L. Quezon

1

Commonwealth

 

2


Vacant
August 1, 1944 - May 28, 1946

Sergio Osmeña

 

3

Elpidio Quirino

May 28, 1946

April 15, 1948[3]

Liberal

Manuel Roxas

3


Third Republic


Vacant
April 15, 1948 - December 30, 1949

Elpidio Quirino

 

4

Fernando Lopez

December 30, 1949

December 30, 1953

Liberal

4

 

5

Carlos P. Garcia

December 30, 1953

March 17, 1957[3]

Nacionalista

Ramon Magsaysay

5

 

Vacant
March 17, 1957 - December 30, 1957

Carlos P. Garcia

 

6

Diosdado Macapagal

December 30, 1957

December 30, 1961

Liberal

6

 

7

Emmanuel Pelaez

December 30, 1961

December 30, 1965

Liberal

Diosdado Macapagal

7

 

8

Fernando Lopez

December 30, 1965

January 17, 1973[4]

Nacionalista

Ferdinand Marcos

8

 

9

 

Defunct[5]
January 17, 1973 - January 23, 1984

10

Second Dictatorship

 

Vacant
January 23, 1984 - February 16, 1986

11

Fourth Republic

 

9

Arturo Tolentino

February 16, 1986

February 25, 1986[6]

Kilusang Bagong Lipunan

12

 

10

Salvador Laurel

February 25, 1986[7]

June 30, 1992

United Nationalists Democratic Organizations

Corazon Aquino


Fifth Republic


11

Joseph Estrada

June 30, 1992

June 30, 1998

Nationalist People's Coalition

Fidel V. Ramos

13

 

12

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo

June 30, 1998

January 20, 2001

Lakas-National Union of Christian Democrats-United Muslim Democrats of the Philippines

Joseph Estrada

14

 

Vacant
January 20, 2001 - February 7, 2001

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo

 

13

Teofisto Guingona

February 7, 2001[8]

June 30, 2004

Lakas-Christian Muslim Democrats

 

14

Noli de Castro

June 30, 2004

Present

Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa Kinabukasan
(Lakas-CMD-led coalition)

 





 
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