List of Philippine presidential inaugurations

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This is a complete list of Philippine presidential inaugurations of the 14 heads of state in the history of the Philippines.

The inauguration occurs upon the commencement of a new term of a President of the Philippines. The Constitution of the Philippines mandates that the President make the following oath or affirmation before he or she can enter into the execution of the office of the presidency:



[In case of affirmation, last sentence will be omitted]

The oath-taking ceremony usually takes place at noon of June 30 at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila, with the Chief Justice of the Philippines administering the oath.

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Inaugurals

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President Manuel L. Quezon prepares for his inaugural address
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo took her oath of office in front of the Cebu Provincial Capitol last June 30, 2004.
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo at her 2001 inauguration in People Power Shrine in Quezon City
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The image of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo at her inauguration in the 200-peso bill.
The inauguration of Joseph Ejercito Estrada in the 2000-peso bill.
Date President Location Administered by
January 23, 1899 Emilio Aguinaldo Malolos, Bulacan unknown
November 15, 1935 Manuel L. Quezon Legislative Building, Manila Ramon Avanceña
December 30, 1941 Manuel L. Quezon Corregidor Island, Bataan Jose Abad Santos
November 15, 1943 Manuel L. Quezon Washington, D.C., United States Felix Frankfurter
August 1, 1944 Sergio Osmeña Washington, D.C. Robert H. Jackson
October 14, 1943 Jose P. Laurel Legislative Building, Manila Jose Yulo
May 28, 1946<ref>The Commonwealth oath of office included a pledge of allegiance to the sovereignty of the United States</ref> Manuel Roxas Legislative Building, Manila Manuel Moran
July 4, 1946<ref>When the independence of the Philippines was recognized on July 4, 1946, Roxas retook his oath of office, without the pledge of allegiance, as befits the president of a sovereign nation</ref> Manuel Roxas Independence Grandstand (now Quirino Grandstand), Manila
April 17, 1948<ref>Upon the death of Manuel Roxas</ref> Elpidio Quirino Council of State Room, Executive Building, Malacañan Palace Manuel Moran
December 30, 1949<ref>Upon his election in 1949</ref> Elpidio Quirino Independence Grandstand (now Quirino Grandstand), Manila Manuel Moran
December 30, 1953 Ramon Magsaysay Independence Grandstand (now Quirino Grandstand), Manila Ricardo Paras
March 23, 1957<ref>Upon the death of Ramon Magsaysay</ref> Carlos P. Garcia Council of State Room, Executive Building, Malacañan Palace Ricardo Paras
December 30, 1957<ref>Upon his election in 1957</ref> Carlos P. Garcia Independence Grandstand (now Quirino Grandstand), Manila Ricardo Paras
December 30, 1961 Diosdado Macapagal Quirino Grandstand, Manila Cesar Bengzon
December 30, 1965 Ferdinand E. Marcos Quirino Grandstand, Manila Cesar Bengzon
December 30, 1969 Ferdinand E. Marcos Quirino Grandstand, Manila Roberto Concepcion
June 30, 1981 Ferdinand E. Marcos Quirino Grandstand, Manila Enrique Fernando
February 25, 1986<ref>Upon certification of COMELEC</ref> Ferdinand E. Marcos Maharlika Hall (formerly Executive Office Building, now Kalayaan Hall), Malacañan Palace Ramon Aquino
February 25, 1986<ref>Upon certification of NAMFREL</ref> Corazon C. Aquino Sampaguita Hall (now Kalayaan Hall), Club Filipino, Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila Claudio Teehankee, Sr.
June 30, 1992 Fidel V. Ramos Quirino Grandstand, Manila Andres Narvasa
June 30, 1998 Joseph Ejercito Estrada Barasoain Church, Malolos, Bulacan Andres Narvasa
January 20, 2001<ref>Upon the culmination of EDSA II</ref> Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo EDSA Shrine, Quezon City Hilario Davide, Jr.
June 30, 2004<ref>Upon her election in 2004</ref> Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo In front of the Cebu Provincial Capitol, Cebu City Hilario Davide, Jr.

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