List of Philippine Vice Presidents By Time in Office

List Of Philippine Vice Presidents By Time In Office

This is a complete list of the current and former Philippine Vice Presidents by time in office consisting of 15 Vice Presidents in the history of the Philippines. The basis for this list is counted by the number of calendar days.


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