President pro tempore of the Senate of the Philippines

President pro tempore of the Senate of the Philippines

The President Pro-Tempore of the Senate of the Philippines is the second highest-ranking official of the Senate of the Philippines. During the absence of the Senate President, the Senate President "pro tempore" presides over the Senate.

The current Senate President "pro tempore" of the Senate is Jinggoy Estrada.

List of Senate Presidents "Pro tempore"

Philippine Legislature

"Fifth Legislature"
*1919-1922 Esperidion Guanco

"Sixth Legislature"
*1922-1925 Sergio Osmeña

"Seventh Legislature"
*1925-1928 Sergio Osmeña

"Eighth Legislature"
*1928-1931 Sergio Osmeña

"Ninth Legislature"
*1931-1934 Sergio Osmeña

"Tenth Legislature"
*1934-1935 Jose Clarin

Commonwealth of the Philippines

*1942-1946 Elpidio Quirino

(Third) Republic of the Philippines

"First Congress"
*1946-1949 Melecio Arranz"Second Congress"
*1950-1952 Quintin Paredes"Third Congress"
*1954-1957 Manuel Briones"Fourth Congress"
*1958-1961 Fernando Lopez"Fifth Congress"
*1962-1965 Fernando Lopez"Sixth Congress"
*1966-1969 Lorenzo Sumulong "Seventh Congress"
*1970-1973 Jose Roy

(Fifth) Republic of the Philippines

"Eighth Congress"
*1987-1989 Teofisto Guingona, Jr.
*1990-1991 Sotero Laurel
*1992 Ernesto Maceda "Ninth Congress"
*1992-1993 Ernesto Maceda
*1993 Teofisto Guingona, Jr.
*1993-1995 Leticia Ramos Shahani

"Tenth Congress"
*1995-1996 Leticia Ramos Shahani
*1996-1998 Blas Ople "Eleventh Congress"
*1998-1999 Blas Ople
*1999-2000 John Henry Osmeña
*2000-2001 Blas Ople

"Twelfth Congress"
*2001-2002 Manuel Villar, Jr.
*2002-2004 Juan Flavier

"Thirteenth Congress"
*2006-2007 Juan Flavier

"Fourteenth Congress"
*2007-present Jinggoy Estrada

ee also

*Politics of the Philippines
*Senate of the Philippines
*Floor leaders of the Senate of the Philippines
*President of the Senate of the Philippines
*Majority leader of the Senate of the Philippines
*Minority leader of the Senate of the Philippines
*Deputy Speakers of the Philippine House of Representatives

References

* [http://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/senlist.htm List of Senators of the Philippines]

External links

* [http://www.senate.gov.ph Senate of the Philippines]


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