Fifth Philippine Republic|
(Born- April 5, 1947)
Fourth President of the Fifth Republic of the Philippines
(Term- 2001 - Present)
The daughter of the late President Diosdado Macapagal. The second woman to be swept into the Presidency by a peaceful People Power revolution (EDSA II).
(Born- April 19,1937)
Third President of the Fifth Republic of the Philippines
(Term- 1998 - 2001)
Filipino film actor and director, later politician. He resigned after the impeachment trial against him collapsed.
(Born- March 18, 1928)
Second President of the Fifth Republic of the Philippines
(Term- June 30, 1992 - June 30, 1998)
As head of the State, his administration centerpiece program is the Philippines 2000, which aimed to uplift the Philippines as a newly industrialized country by the year 2000.
(Born- January 25, 1933)
First President of the Fifth Republic of the Philippines
(Term: February 25, 1986- June 30, 1992)
Political leader and the First Woman President of the Philippines. She succeeded her murdered husband, Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr.(a popular critic of the Marcos administration), as leader of the opposition to President Ferdinand Marcos.
Fourth Philippine Republic
(Born- September 11, 1917, Died- September 28, 1989)
Sixth and last President of the Third Republic of the Philippines
(Term: December 30, 1965- December 30, 1973)
President of the Fourth Republic of the Philippines
(Term: June 30, 1981 - February 25,1986)
Philippine lawyer and politician who ruled by martial law and was ousted by a peaceful People Power Revolution in 1986.
Third Philippine Republic
Fifth President of the Third Republic of the Philippines
(Term: December 30, 1961 - December 30, 1965)
Poet, politician, lawyer, diplomat, statesman, economist, and intellectual. Diosdado Macapagal was born to poverty but rose due to diligence and brilliance.
(Born- November 4, 1896, died- June 14, 1971)
Fourth President of the Third Republic of the Philippines
(Term: March 18, 1957- December 30, 1961)
Famous for his austerity program and policy. He maintained the strong tradition ties with the United States and sought closer relation with non-communist Asian countries.
(Born- August 31, 1907, died- March 17, 1957)
Third President of the Third Republic of the Philippines
(Term: December 30, 1953- March 17, 1957)
Best known for successfully defeating the communist led Hukbalahap (Huk) Movement. Idol of the masses, champion of democracy, and freedom fighter.
(Born- November 16, 1890, died- February 28, 1956)
Second President, Third Republic of the Philippines
(Term: April 17, 1948- November 10, 1953)
Political leader and second president of the Independence Republic of the Philippines.
(Born- January 1, 1892, died- April 15, 1948)
Last President of the Commonwealth
(Term: May 28, 1946- July 4, 1946)
First President of the Third Republic of the Philippines
(Term: July 4, 1946- April 15, 1948)
Political leader and first president of the Independence Republic of the Philippines.
Second Philippine Republic
(Born- March 9, 1891, died- November 6, 1959)
President of the Japanese Sponsored Republic
(Term: October 14, 1943- August 15, 1945)
Became the President of the Philippines during the Japanese occupation of World War II.
Commonwealth of the Philippines
(Born- September 9, 1878, died- October 19, 1961)
Second President of the Commonwealth
(Term: August 1, 1944- May 27, 1946)
Filipino statesman, founder of the Nationalist Party (Partido Nacionalista) and President of the Philippines from 1944 to 1946.
(Born- August 19, 1878, died- August 1, 1944)
First President of the Commonwealth
(Term: November 15, 1935- August 1, 1944)
Filipino statesman, leader of the independence movement, and first president of the Philippine Commonwealth established under United States tutelage in 1935.
First Philippine Republic
(Born- March 22, 1869, died- February 6, 1964)
President of the First Philippine Republic
(Term: 1898- 1901)
Filipino leader who fought first against Spain and later against the United States for the Independence of the Philippines.