List of vice presidents of the Philippines

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This is a complete list of vice-presidents of the Philippines, who were inaugurated as Vice-President of the Philippines following the ratification of a constitution that explicitly declared the existence of the Philippines.

The official seal of the Vice-President of the Philippines

KeyEdit

The colors indicate the political party affiliation of each individual.

Key
Party English name Abbreviation
Kapisanan ng Paglilingkod sa Bagong Pilipinas Association for Service to the New Philippines KALIBAPI
Kilusang Bagong Lipunan New Society Movement KBL
Laban ng Makabayang Masang Pilipino Struggle of the Patriotic Filipino Masses LAMMP
Lakas ng Tao–Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino–Christian Muslim Democrats People Power–Partner of the Free Filipino–Christian Muslim Democrats Lakas–KAMPI–CMD
Lakas ng Tao–National Union of Christian Democrats People Power–National Union of Christian Democrats Lakas–NUCD
Liberal Party Liberal
Nacionalista Party Nationalist Party Nacionalista
Nationalist People's Coalition NPC
Partido Demokratiko Pilipino–Lakas ng Bayan Philippine Democratic Party–People's Power PDP–Laban
United Nationalist Alliance UNA
United Nationalist Democratic Organization UNIDO
Non-partisan N/A

Vice presidentsEdit

Vice president
(Birth–Death)
Prior office Took office Left office Party President Era
1   Sergio Osmeña
(9 September 1878 – 19 October 1961)
(Lived: 83 years)

Senator from the Tenth Senatorial District
(1922–1935)
November 15, 1935 August 1, 1944[1] Nacionalista Manuel L. Quezon Commonwealth
Vacant
August 1, 1944 – May 28, 1946
Jose P. Laurel Second Republic
Sergio Osmeña Commonwealth
2   Elpidio Quirino
(16 November 1890 – 29 February 1956)
(Lived: 65 years)

Senator from the First Senatorial District
(1925–1935)
and Ilocos Sur
(1945–1946)
May 28, 1946 April 17, 1948[1] Liberal Manuel Roxas
Third Republic
Vacant
April 15, 1948 – December 30, 1949
Elpidio Quirino
3   Fernando Lopez
(13 April 1904–26 May 1993)
(Lived: 89 years)

Senator
(1947–1949)
December 30, 1949 December 30, 1953 Liberal
4   Carlos P. Garcia
(4 November 1896–14 June 1971)
(Lived: 74 years)

Senator
(1946–1953)
December 30, 1953 March 18, 1957[1] Nacionalista Ramon Magsaysay
Vacant
March 18, 1957 – December 30, 1957
Carlos P. Garcia
5   Diosdado Macapagal
28 September 1910–21 April 1997)
(Lived: 86 years)

Representative for Pampanga's 1st District
(1949–1957)
December 30, 1957 December 30, 1961 Liberal
6   Emmanuel Pelaez
(30 November 1915–27 July 2003)
(Lived: 87 years)

Senator
(1953–1959)
December 30, 1961 December 30, 1965 Liberal Diosdado Macapagal
7   Fernando Lopez
(13 April 1904–26 May 1993)
(Lived: 89 years)

3rd
Vice President of the Philippines

(1949–1953)
December 30, 1965 September 23, 1972[2] Nacionalista Ferdinand Marcos
Abolished[3]
September 23, 1972 – January 23, 1984
Martial law era
Fourth Republic
Vacant
January 23, 1984 – February 25, 1986
8   Salvador Laurel
(18 November 1928–27 January 2004)
(Lived: 75 years)

Member of the Interim Batasang Pambansa for Region IV-A
(1978–1984)
February 25, 1986[4] June 30, 1992 UNIDO Corazon Aquino
Fifth Republic
Nacionalista[5]
9   Joseph Estrada
(born 19 April 1937)
(84
years)
Senator
(1987–1992)
June 30, 1992 June 30, 1998 NPC Fidel Ramos
10   Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
(born 5 April 1947)
(76
years)
Senator
(1992–1998)
June 30, 1998 January 20, 2001 Lakas / KAMPI Joseph Estrada
Vacant
January 20, 2001 – February 7, 2001
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
11   Teofisto Guingona Jr.
(born 4 July 1928)
(93
years)
Senator
(1987–1993 &
1998–2001)
February 7, 2001[6] June 30, 2004 Lakas
12   Noli de Castro
(born 6 July 1949)
(72
years)
Senator
(2001–2004)
June 30, 2004 June 30, 2010 Non-partisan[7]
13   Jejomar Binay
(born 11 November 1942)
(78
years)
Mayor of Makati
(2001–2010)
June 30, 2010 June 30, 2016 PDP-Laban Benigno Aquino III
UNA[8][9]
14
[10][11]
  Leni Robredo
(born 23 April 1965)
(56 years)

Representative for Camarines Sur's 3rd District
(2013–2016)
June 30, 2016 Incumbent Liberal Rodrigo Duterte

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Succeeded after the death of president.
  2. Term ended with the proclamation of martial law.
  3. The office of the vice president did not exist in the original, unamended 1973 Constitution, which was ratified on January 17, 1973. Amendments to Article VII restored the position.
  4. Assumed vice presidency by claiming victory in the disputed 1986 snap election.
  5. Laurel himself was a member of the Nacionalista Party, which aligned itself with the UNIDO ticket. In 1989, UNIDO dissolved and Laurel was elected president of the Nacionalistas.
  6. Nominated by President Arroyo and confirmed by Congress.
  7. Allied with the Koalisyon ng Katapatan at Karanasan sa Kinabukasan (Coalition of Truth and Experience for Tomorrow)
  8. Binay resigned from PDP-Laban in March 2014 due to internal disputes.
  9. http://www.rappler.com/nation/70021-binay-una-political-party-2016
  10. Lira Dalangin-Fernandez; Loreen Ordoño (2016-05-30). "Congress proclaims Duterte and Robredo as duly elected president, vice president". InterAksyon.com. Archived from the original on 2016-06-02. Retrieved 2016-06-02.
  11. Llanesca T. Panti (2016-05-30). "Congress Proclamation: Duterte President, Robredo VP". The Manila Times. Retrieved 2016-06-02.