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Inauguration of Benigno Aquino III Aquino- Binay Campaign, 2010

Mayor of Makati City

People Power Revolution Presidency of Corazon Aquino

MMDA Chairman

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Jejomar Binay[1]^[A] (born November 11, 1942)^[B] served as the 13th Vice President of the Philippines, serving under President Benigno Aquino III. He was a presidential candidate in the 2016 Philippine presidential election. He was appointed by former President Corazon Aquino
Corazon Aquino
as officer-in-charge of Makati
Makati
from 1986-1987. After his assignment, he was elected as Makati
Makati
City mayor from 1988-1998.[2] During this term, he acted as the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority
(MMDA) chairman from 1990 to 1991. In 2001, he was reelected as mayor until the end of his term in 2010.[2] He resigned as Chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council and as Presidential Adviser on Overseas Filipino
Overseas Filipino
Workers on June 22, 2015.[3]

Contents

1 Early life 2 Education 3 Legal career 4 Political career

4.1 Makati
Makati
mayor

4.1.1 First and Third term 4.1.2 Fourth and Sixth Term

4.2 Vice Presidency 4.3 Presidential bid

4.3.1 Platform

5 Personal life 6 Recognition 7 Notes 8 References 9 External links

Early life[edit] Jejomar Binay was born in Paco, Manila. The name "Jejomar" is a portmanteau of Jesus, Joseph, and Mary. He is the younger of two children of Diego "Jego" Medrano Binay, a librarian from Bauan, Batangas, a school teacher from Cabagan, Isabela. He had an older sibling who died before he was born making him the only one who survived childhood.[1] After being orphaned at the age of nine, he was adopted by his uncle, Ponciano Binay.[4][5] He helped the poor and needy during his early teens. Being the kuya of his family, he helped them study and get jobs.[citation needed] Education[edit] Binay finished basic education at the Philippine Normal College[2] Training Department and graduated from the University of the Philippines
Philippines
Preparatory School. He went to the University of the Philippines Diliman
University of the Philippines Diliman
for college and graduated in 1962 with a degree in Political Science.[2] He continued on to the UP College of Law and graduated in 1967 then passed the bar examinations in 1968. He got a master's degree from the University of Sto. Tomas in 1980 and a master's degree in National Security Administration from the National Defense College of the Philippines. He took up Strategic Economic Program in the Center for Research and Communication. He enrolled in a Non-Resident and General Staff Course at the Command and General Staff College, AFP and joined the seniors executive fellow program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government in Harvard University. He was awarded a doctorate in Public Administration (Honoris Causa) from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, and Doctor of Humanities (Honoris Causa) from the Laguna State Polytechnic University. In 1993, he received a diploma in Land Use Program from the University of the Philippines. In 1996, he finished the Top Management Program at the Asian Institute of Management in Bali, Indonesia. He also took up the Joint Services and Command Staff course in the AFP. He also has a master's degree in Management at the Philippine Christian University
Philippine Christian University
and a diploma in Environmental and Natural Resources Management from the University of the Philippines
Philippines
Open University.[2] Legal career[edit] Upon passing the bar examination to be a lawyer, Binay took up human rights law. During the Martial Law period, he represented political prisoners in the 1970s for no charge.[6] After some time, he himself was detained. It was also during the Marcos regime that Binay and other human rights lawyers created the Movement of Attorneys for Brotherhood, Integrity, and Nationalism (MABINI)[7] Political career[edit] Makati
Makati
mayor[edit] First and Third term[edit] On February 27, 1986, Binay became one of President Corazon Aquino’s first appointed local officials after Mayor Nemesio I. Yabut died while in office during the EDSA Revolution.[8] He was elected in his own right on January 18, 1988 and was reelected on May 11, 1992 and on May 8, 1995. He joined pro-democracy forces in preventing the mutinies against the Aquino administration from being successful. His active role in the defense of the Constitution earned him the nickname "Rambotito" (or little Rambo, after the screen hero), the Outstanding Achievement Medal and a special commendation from Aquino. Fourth and Sixth Term[edit]

Then Makati
Makati
Mayor Binay at a meeting of political leaders in Valencia, Negros Oriental, Philippines
Philippines
in September 2009.

On May 14, 2001, Binay reclaimed his post as mayor of Makati, winning over actor, TV host, and then-vice mayor Edu Manzano in a landslide victory and became a critic of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. He won his fifth term on May 10, 2004 by a large margin against 1st district Councilor Oscar Ibay. He ran for his sixth and last term as mayor May 14, 2007 and won again by a significant margin beating incumbent Senator and actor Lito Lapid. His margin over Lapid has been considered as the largest margin in a local election in Makati City.[9] In October 2006, the Department of the Interior and Local Government issued a suspension order against then Makati
Makati
Mayor Jejomar Binay, Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado, and all members of the City Council following an accusation of 'ghost employees' on the city payroll by former Vice Mayor Roberto Brillante, a political rival.[10] Refusing to cooperate with the suspension order, he barricaded himself inside the Makati
Makati
City Hall. Among those who expressed support were former President Corazon Aquino, actress Susan Roces - the widow of the late movie star and 2004 opposition presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr. - and several Catholic bishops.[11][12] After a three-day stand-off, the Court of Appeals issued a temporary restraining order. Before it lapsed, the court issued an injunction order, thereby preventing the Office of the President from enforcing its suspension order until the case was resolved.[13] Binay - together with his wife, Elenita, and nine others - was vindicated by the courts in a graft case filed by the Office of the Ombudsman over allegations of overpricing in the purchase of office furniture. Allegedly, he had irregular purchases worth ₱232 million from the years 1991-2006. The case was also filed by Brillante, who at that time was leading in Makati
Makati
a Palace-supported signature campaign to amend the Constitution. The Sandiganbayan
Sandiganbayan
Third Division dismissed the graft case filed against him and his six co-accused for lack of factual basis even prior to Binay's arraignment.[14] Critics claim the suspension order was intended to distract attention from the government's own scandals.[15] On May 2, 2007 the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) froze all the bank accounts of the city government of Makati
Makati
and the personal accounts of then Mayor Binay and then Vice Mayor Mercado. The BIR issued the order after it said the city still owed the BIR ₱1.1 billion in withholding taxes of city employees from 1999 to 2002. BIR revenue officer Roberto Baquiran signed and issued the warrant of garnishment against the bank accounts that belonged to Binay, Mercado, the city government and the city’s treasurer and accountant. The city government protested the garnishment order, saying the city had already paid ₱200 million to the BIR as part of a settlement agreement agreed to by Finance Secretary Margarito Teves
Margarito Teves
and former BIR chief Jose Buñag. The city also said the order was flawed, since Baquiran had no authority to issue writs of garnishment and freezing the personal accounts of Binay and Mercado were also unlawful.[16][17] Ordered by the Court of Tax Appeals (CTA), Binay was made to pay the deficiency in taxes amounting to more than ₱1.1 billion to the BIR, in December 2009. The garnishment orders were eventually lifted by Malacañang Palace, but not until after Binay slammed the move as politically motivated and patently illegal.[18][19] Binay's camp claimed and accused former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo of political harassment. Because of this, as per the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), a suspension order was served against Binay over alleged corruption. The latter said that the tax obligations were already settled between the BIR and the Makati
Makati
City government. And again, barely a week before the local elections, the Ombudsman suspended him based on allegations made by a local candidate allied with Malacañan. It would be revealed that the charges were supported by falsified statements. In a repeat of the October 2006 incident, heavily armed policemen barged into the City Hall after office hours, forcibly opening the offices and occupying the building. He confronted police officials and representatives of the Department of Interior and Local Government, while hundreds of supporters once again swarmed the city hall quadrangle to show their support.[20] The suspension order generated national media attention, and prompted even administration senatorial candidates to protest publicly, saying the action further undermined their chances in the elections.[21] Despite the controversy of this tax liability issue, Binay still won the position of vice president in 2010 by a landslide victory[22] A photo of then Vice Presidential candidate and former Makati
Makati
City Mayor Binay, with his rumored mistress, was leaked online. Though he admitted to having an extramarital affair, he said that the leaked photo was part of "black propaganda" against him, because of his high ratings in the Vice Presidential survey conducted prior to the leaking of the photo. The alleged "black propaganda" device had little to no effect on the campaign of Binay, who closed the gap of votes between him and leading vice presidential candidate Senator Manuel "Mar" Roxas II in a formerly conducted survey. Despite the issue, Binay's landslide victory landed him the position of vice president.[23] Vice Presidency[edit]

Makati
Makati
City Hall Building II

Main article: Aquino– Binay Campaign, 2010

Presidential styles of Jejomar C. Binay

Reference style His Excellency, The Honorable

Spoken style Your Excellency

Alternative style Mr. Vice President

Binay initially announced his bid for the presidency for the 2010 elections during his 66th birthday celebration at the Makati
Makati
City Hall on November 11, 2008 but abandoned his bid in order to give way to the reelection bid of former President Estrada. He eventually became Estrada’s running mate and ran under the banner of PDP-Laban (Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan). He initially showed a relatively poor performance in the public opinion polls, trailing behind Senators Loren Legarda
Loren Legarda
and Mar Roxas, who was heavily favored to win the race, but his standings improved as the elections approached, overtaking Legarda and tying with Roxas in the final survey conducted.[24][25] He went on to narrowly defeat Roxas in the election by 700,000 votes. Roxas filed an election protest before the Presidential Electoral Tribunal of the Supreme Court, which is still currently pending. Binay took his oath as vice president on June 30, 2010, becoming the first local government official to do so. He was appointed as chairman of the Housing Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) by President Noynoy Aquino, the same position held by his predecessor, Vice-President Noli de Castro
Noli de Castro
and Presidential Adviser for OFW Concerns. He also heads the Task Force OFW which helps Overseas Filipino
Overseas Filipino
Workers who were maltreated by their employers to return to the Philippines
Philippines
with the assistance of the government. There are numerous corruption allegations against Binay dating from 2014 to the present time:

Issue Location ₱ amount           Remarks          

400-hectare farm[26] Rosario, Batangas

40-hectare farm[27] Bauan, Batangas

10-hectare mango orchard[28]

Two condominium units[29] Rockwell, Makati
Makati
City 30 million Not mentioned in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN)

Three story mansion with elevator[30][31] Banuyo Street, San Antonio Village, Makati
Makati
City

Not mentioned in his SALN

House and lot[31][32] Orbit Street, Bel-Air II Village, Makati
Makati
City

Not mentioned in his SALN

House and lot[31][32] Palm Village, Guadalupe Viejo, Makati
Makati
City

Not mentioned in his SALN

Rest House[31] Tali Beach, Batangas

Rest House[31] Puerto Azul, Cavite

Rest House[31] Tagaytay
Tagaytay
Highlands

Rest House[31] Alfonso, Cavite

Rest House[31] Zambales

Rest House[31] Pangasinan

More houses[31] Parañaque, Pasig, Mandaluyong, and Muntinlupa
Muntinlupa
Cities

600 ghost employees[31][33]

3 million/ month Authorized by wife, Elenita Binay
Elenita Binay
and Amigas

Wife Elenita's link to alleged deception in the public bidding for a supply contract[31]

72.06 million The supply contract was awarded to the Makati
Makati
City government back in 2001.

Bogus charity project for sister city[31]

40 million

Bogus charity project for calamity fund for other provinces[31]

27 million

Bogus charity project for Project Aral Package[31]

22 million

Bogus charity project to send ambulances to other cities[31]

20 million

Infomercial being shown from 2009–present[31]

230 million Used funds of Makati
Makati
Foundation Day

Komiks for Vice President Campaign[31]

15 million

Illegal canteen businesses[31] University of Makati
Makati
and the Makati
Makati
City Hall

Contract with Triforce Security Agency for the Makati
Makati
City Hall[31]

The security agency is owned by one of Binay's sons-in-law.

Contract with Red Hammer Construction and Services[31]

The maintenance service is owned by another one of Binay's sons-in-law.

Binay counters allegations of corruption against him at the Senate Blue Ribbon sub-committee hearings held in the Makati
Makati
City Hall Building 2.

Investigations regarding all these allegations of corruption are being conducted by the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Philippine Senate, and the Office of the Ombudsman. Binay is currently facing accusations by former vice president of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines
Philippines
(BSP), Ernesto Mercado, of accepting and misappropriating money received from a deal between the BSP and Alphaland Corporation back in 2008.[34][35] Initially accused of receiving ₱200 million in kickback from the deal and using it to fund his 2010 campaign for vice president,[36] Mercado has amended his statement to reflect the possibility that if Binay has sold the shares he received, he could have made anywhere between ₱233 million and ₱651 million.[34] Mercado has also stated that although the Boy Scouts of the Philippines
Philippines
were supposed to have received ₱600 million for their end of the deal, the organization has yet to be compensated. This is seconded by the current vice president of the BSP, Atty. Wendel Avisado who further added that he believes that they will only be paid when construction of the podium in Alphaland Makati
Makati
Tower is completed.[35] Avisado adds, however, that Alphaland has been consistently paying the BSP ₱530,000 monthly for the use of a BSP podium that is currently being used by Alphaland as a showroom.[36] Sen. Trillanes believes that if Binay becomes president, he will release former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
and the 3 Senators allegedly involved in the Pork barrel scam, Bong Revilla, Jinggoy Estrada and Juan Ponce Enrile
Juan Ponce Enrile
from detention. The subcommittee concluded the hearings on January 25, 2016. Currently, Binay's camp is denying these allegations.[37] Presidential bid[edit]

Binay with Cavite
Cavite
Governor Jonvic Remulla during the signing of a coalition agreement between the United Nationalist Alliance
United Nationalist Alliance
and Partido Magdalo.

Main article: Jejomar Binay presidential campaign, 2016 Initially he polled highly among expected presidential candidates for the Philippine general election, 2016.[38][39][40] However, in the September 2015 Pulse Asia he placed third after Senator Grace Poe
Grace Poe
and Mar Roxas, the ruling Liberal Party presidential candidate. His trust rating had also dropped 18%. Speculation as to who his running mate will be come 2016 have seen fingers pointed in many directions, including the likes of PLDT Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan,[41] Senator Jinggoy Estrada,[42] Rep. Manny Pacquiao,[43] Nacionalista Party
Nacionalista Party
President Manny Villar,[44] and Batangas
Batangas
Governor Vilma Santos.[45] But later revealed to be Gringo Honasan. Platform[edit] Vice President Binay disclosed his platform for his 2016 Presidential bid during his speech in the Integrated Bar of the Philippines
Philippines
in Cebu City on March 20, 2015.[46] He aims to improve the situation in the state colleges and universities, public health hospitals and clinics, police stations, and mass housing. An increase in both salaries and benefits of public school teachers and health workers, members of the police force, and other public servants was also promised. In his plans include a redesigning and re-engineering of the transportation system of the country, as well as prioritizing the building of more infrastructures and the creation of more jobs. He proposes to change the constitution to boost the economy, and speed up the country's development.[46] In early July of the same year, Binay expressed UNA's (his party list) platform for 2016 in a speech:

Ang sigaw ng UNA at ng taumbayan sawa na tayo sa kahirapan, sawa na tayo sa kawalan ng hanapbuhay, sawa na tayo sa kriminalidad at ilegal na droga. Sawa na tayo sa kakulangan ng basic services... hirap na tayo sa manhid at palpak na pamahalaan,

What UNA and the citizens are expressing is that we're tired of poverty, we're tired of unemployment, we're tired of criminals and illegal drugs. We're tired of the lack of basic services...we're struggling under a numb and failed government,

Personal life[edit] He is married to Dr. Elenita Sombilo Binay, who also served as mayor of Makati
Makati
from 1998 to 2001. They have 5 children:[47]

Maria Lourdes Nancy (Nancy, born May 12, 1973), married to Jose Benjamin Angeles, with four children Mar-Len Abigail (Abby, born December 12, 1975), married to Luis Campos, with one child (Martina) Jejomar Erwin Jr. (Junjun, born July 12, 1977), married to Kennely Ann Lacia, with four children (Jejomarie Alexi, Maria Isabel, Jejomar III, and Maria Kennely) Marita Angeline (Stike) Joanna Marie Blanca (Liongo)

In addition to his five children, Binay is also the grandfather to thirteen grandchildren.[48] Recognition[edit] 1992

Outstanding Award, Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Award on the Luzon Campaign
Luzon Campaign
Medal

2002

Special
Special
Presidential Award for Service Leadership Award, Presidential Citation

2003

Most Outstanding City Mayor of Makati and Consumers Advocate Award

2004

University of the Philippines
Philippines
Oblation Run Award Best in Sports Wear

2005

Centennial Medal of Honor Outstanding Public Official and Great Achiever

2006

World Mayor Award granted by [http://www.citymayors.com/mayors/makati_mayor.html London-based City Mayors

2007

Kokey 2007

He also did acting in the reboot of the famous filipino version of

E.T which is Kokey ,

][49] Notes[edit]

[Note 1]His birth name was supposed to be Jesús Jose Maria Cabauatan Binay, but Maria was not added in his birth certificate. [Note 2]According to his birth certificate, he was born on November 10, 1942.[1] However, according to other official documents, he was born on November 11, 1942, which is the date he personally prefers.

References[edit]

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Offices and distinctions

Political offices

Preceded by Nemesio Yabut Mayor of Makati 1986–1987 Succeeded by Sergio Santos Acting

Preceded by Sergio Santos Acting Mayor of Makati 1988–1998 Succeeded by Elenita Binay

Preceded by Imelda Marcos as Governor of Manila Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority 1990–1991 Succeeded by Ignacio Bunye

Preceded by Prospero Oreta Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority 1998–2001 Succeeded by Benjamin Abalos

Preceded by Elenita Binay Mayor of Makati 2001–2010 Succeeded by Jejomar Binay Jr.

Preceded by Noli de Castro Chairman of Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council 2010–2015 Succeeded by Leni Robredo

Preceded by Noli de Castro Vice President of the Philippines 2010–2016 Succeeded by Leni Robredo

Party political offices

Preceded by Aquilino Pimentel Jr. Chairman of PDP–Laban 2010–2014 Succeeded by Ismael Sueno

Preceded by Joseph Estrada Chairman of UNA 2015–2016 Succeeded by Nancy Binay

Order of precedence

Preceded by Noli de Castro as Former Vice President Order of Precedence of the Philippines
Philippines
(Ceremonial) as Former Vice President Succeeded by Undersecretaries for Foreign Affairs (in order of positions alphabetically)

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15th Vice President of the Philippines

Family

Elenita Binay
Elenita Binay
(wife) Nancy Binay
Nancy Binay
(daughter) Abigail Binay (daughter) Jejomar Binay, Jr.
Jejomar Binay, Jr.
(son) Marita Angeline Binay (daughter) Joanna Marie Blanca Binay (daughter) Kennely Ann Binay † (daughter-in-law)

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University of the Philippines

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Perfecto Yasay Jr.
Perfecto Yasay Jr.
(BPP) Jay Sonza

KBL

Dominador Chipeco, Jr. (AKP)

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Cabinet of President Benigno Aquino III
Benigno Aquino III
(2010–2016)

Cabinet

Executive Secretary

Paquito Ochoa Jr.
Paquito Ochoa Jr.
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary for Agrarian Reform

Virgilio de los Reyes
Virgilio de los Reyes
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Agriculture

Proceso Alcala
Proceso Alcala
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary for Budget and Management

Florencio Abad
Florencio Abad
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Education

Armin Luistro
Armin Luistro
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Energy

Jose Rene Almendras
Jose Rene Almendras
(June 30, 2010–November 4, 2012) Jericho Petilla
Jericho Petilla
(November 4, 2012–April 30, 2015) Zenaida Monsada
Zenaida Monsada
(July 2, 2015–June 30, 2016)

Secretary for Environment and Natural Resources

Ramon Paje
Ramon Paje
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Finance

Cesar Purisima
Cesar Purisima
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Foreign Affairs

Alberto Romulo
Alberto Romulo
(June 30, 2010–February 23, 2011) Albert del Rosario
Albert del Rosario
(February 24, 2011–March 7, 2016) Jose Rene Almendras
Jose Rene Almendras
(March 8, 2016–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Health

Enrique Ona
Enrique Ona
(June 30, 2010–December 19, 2014) Janette Garin
Janette Garin
(December 19, 2014–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Interior and Local Government

Benigno Aquino III
Benigno Aquino III
(June 30, 2010–July 9, 2010) Jesse Robredo
Jesse Robredo
(July 9, 2010–August 18, 2012) Paquito Ochoa Jr.
Paquito Ochoa Jr.
(August 21, 2012–August 31, 2012) Manuel Roxas II (August 31, 2012–September 11, 2015) Mel Senen Sarmiento
Mel Senen Sarmiento
(September 14, 2015–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Justice

Leila de Lima
Leila de Lima
(June 30, 2010–October 12, 2015) Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa
Alfredo Benjamin Caguioa
(October 12, 2015–January 21, 2016) Emmanuel Caparas
Emmanuel Caparas
(January 22, 2016–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Labor and Employment

Rosalinda Baldoz
Rosalinda Baldoz
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of National Defense

Voltaire Gazmin
Voltaire Gazmin
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Public Works and Highways

Rogelio Singson
Rogelio Singson
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Science and Technology

Mario Montejo
Mario Montejo
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Social Welfare and Development

Dinky Soliman (June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Tourism

Alberto Lim
Alberto Lim
(June 30, 2010–September 1, 2011) Ramon Jimenez Jr.
Ramon Jimenez Jr.
(September 1, 2011–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Trade and Industry

Gregory Domingo
Gregory Domingo
(June 30, 2010–December 30, 2015) Adrian Cristobal Jr. (December 31, 2015–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Transportation and Communications

Jose de Jesus
Jesus
(June 30, 2010–July 4, 2011) Manuel Roxas II (July 4, 2011–October 18, 2012) Joseph Emilio Abaya
Joseph Emilio Abaya
(October 18, 2012–June 30, 2016)

Cabinet-level

Vice President

Jejomar Binay (June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Presidential Management Staff Director-General

Julia Abad (June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Presidential Adviser on National Security

Cesar Garcia
Cesar Garcia
(July 9, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Chief of staff of the Armed Forces

Ricardo David
Ricardo David
(June 30, 2010–March 8, 2011) Eduardo Oban Jr.
Eduardo Oban Jr.
(March 8, 2011–December 12, 2011) Jessie Dellosa
Jessie Dellosa
(December 12,2011–January 17, 2013) Emmanuel T. Bautista
Emmanuel T. Bautista
(January 17, 2013–July 18, 2014) Gregorio Pio Catapang
Gregorio Pio Catapang
(July 18, 2014–July 10, 2015) Hernando Iriberri
Hernando Iriberri
(July 10, 2015–April 22, 2016) Glorioso Miranda
Glorioso Miranda
(acting) (April 22, 2016–June 30, 2016)

Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process

Teresita Deles (June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Presidential Spokesperson

Edwin Lacierda
Edwin Lacierda
(June 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning

Ricky Carandang
Ricky Carandang
(July 30, 2010–December 31, 2013) Manuel L. Quezon III
Manuel L. Quezon III
(January 1, 2014–June 30, 2016)

Secretary of Presidential Communications Operations

Herminio Coloma, Jr.
Herminio Coloma, Jr.
(July 30, 2010–June 30, 2016)

National Economic and Development Authority

Cayetano Paderanga Jr.
Cayetano Paderanga Jr.
(June 30, 2010–May 10, 2012) Arsenio Balisacan
Arsenio Balisacan
(May 10, 2012–January 24, 2016) Emmanuel Esguerra (January 27, 2016–June 30, 2016)

Secretary to the Cabinet

Jose Rene Almendras
Jose Rene Almendras
(November 4, 2012–March 8, 2016)

See also: Presidential transition of Benigno Aquino III
Benigno Aquino III
and Presidency of Benigno Aquino III

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Chairpersons of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority

Imelda Marcos Jejomar Binay Ignacio Bunye Ismael A. Mathay, Jr. Prospero Oreta Benjamin Abalos Bayani Fernando Oscar Inocentes Francis Tolentino Emerson Carlos Thomas Orbo

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