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August 8, 2014

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo: Fourteenth President of the Philippines



Biography of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo

Fourteenth President of the Philippines

By Storytelling Philippines


Category: Philippine Presidents


Era: Fourteenth President of the Philippines, Fourth President of the Fifth Republic
Constitution: 1987 Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines
Predecessor: Joseph Ejercito Estrada
Successor: Benigno S. Aquino III
Date Elected: January 20, 2001 (succeeded into office)
May 10, 2004; 12,905,808 votes (39.99% of the electorate)
Inauguration: January 20, 2001, EDSA Shrine
May 10, 2004, Provincial Capitol of Cebu
Seat of Government: Manila
Vice President: Manuel de Castro (June 30, 2004-June 30, 2010)
Teofisto Guingona (February 7, 2001-June 30, 2004)
Chief Justice: Renato C. Corona (May 17, 2010-May 29, 2012)
Reynato Puno (December 8, 2006-May 17, 2010)
Artemio Panganiban (December 20, 2005-December 7, 2006)
Hilario Davide (November 30, 1998-December 20, 2005)
Senate President: Juan Ponce Enrile (November 17, 2008–June 5, 2013)
Manuel Villar (July 24, 2006-November 17, 2008)
Franklin M. Drilon (July 23, 2001-July 24, 2006)
Aquilino Pimentel (November 13, 2000-June 30, 2001)
Speaker of the House: Prospero C. Nograles (February 5, 2008-June 30, 2010)
Jose C. de Venecia (July 23, 2001-February 5, 2008)
Feliciano R. Belmonte Jr. (January 24, 2001-June 30, 2001)

Previous Positions
Executive Bureaucracy: Assistant Secretary of Trade and Industry (1987)
Bureaucracy: Undersecretary of Trade and Industry (1989)
Cabinet: Secretary of Social Welfare and Development (1998 – 2000)
National: Vice President of the Philippines (1998-2001)
Legislative Upper House: Senator (1992-1998)
Lower House: Representative of the Second District of Pampanga (2010-2016)
Judicial:: None
Others None
Worked under other Administrations:
C. AQUINO as Undersecretary of Trade and Industry
RAMOS as Senator
ESTRADA as Vice President; Secretary of Social Welfare and Development
AQUINO III as Representative of 2nd District of Pampanga

Personal Details
Born: April 5, 1947 San Juan, Manila
Political Parties: Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino, Lakas-Christian-Muslim Democrats, Lakas-Kampi CMD
Parents: President Diosdado Macapagal and Evangelina Macaraeg
Spouse: Jose Miguel Arroyo
Children: Juan Miguel M. Arroyo, Evangelina Lourdes Arroyo-Bernas, Diosdado Ignacio Jose Maria M. Arroyo
Education: Assumption Convent (presently Assumption College) (1964), Studies in International Trade, Georgetown University (1964 – 1966), Bachelor of Arts Major in Economics, Assumption College (1968), Masters of Arts in Economics, Ateneo de Manila University (1978), Doctor of Economics, University of the Philippines (1985)
Profession: Economics Professor, Academe Professor, Assumption College (c.1977-1987), Professor-  Ateneo de Manila University (c.1977-1987), Professor -University of the Philippines (c.1977-1987)


How to Cite This Web Page
Villena, Daryll. "Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo: Fourteenth President of the Philippines". Accessed [put the date when you accessed this page]. Available from http://www.storytellingphilippines.com/2014/08/gloria-macapagal-arroyo-fourteenth.html


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Philippine Presidents, Presidential Museum and Library, (Kalayaan Hall, Jose P. Laurel Street, MalacaƱang, Manila City, Jose P Laurel Sr, San Miguel, Manila, Metro Manila)

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