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Posted By ofw_peter [Profile] [Forum Photo Gallery] Category Philippine News & Politics
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Date Posted 01-14-2010 02:03 AM Number Of Views 7988
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Title Presidents of the Philippines - Photos(Pictures) and Lists
Description The President of the Philippines is the head of state governing the country. According to the Philippine government, the office has been held by politicians who were inaugurated as President of the Philippines following the ratification of a constitution that explicitly declared the existence of the Philippines.

Malacañang Palace the official residence of the president

For leaders of the Philippines prior to the arrival of the Spaniards, see Datu. For leaders prior to the ratification of the 1899 constitution, see Royal Governor of the Philippines. For leaders prior to the ratification of the 1935 constitution, see Governor-General of the Philippines.

The King of Spain was the head of state during the Spanish era (1565–1898) and the President of the United States was the head of state during the American era (1898–1946). Note that the presidents under the Commonwealth of the Philippines were under United States sovereignty, and that the president of the Second Republic is considered to have been running a puppet government of the Japanese during World War II although this puppet government of Jose P. Laurel during the Japanese occupation was officially considered independent by the Japanese. Thus the Philippines had three Presidents during that war - one de facto and two de jure, and two at the same time.

Emilio Aguinaldo's government wasn't officially recognized by the Philippine government until the term of Diosdado Macapagal.

The official Presidential Seal. The Standard bears a gold ring of stars.


The colors in the following chart indicate the political party or coalition of each President at Election Day or at the time of ascendence.

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