Perbezaan antara semakan "Presiden Filipina"

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|style = Excellency
|residence = [[Istana Malacañang]] (rasmi)
|image = NoynoyPNoy AquinoOfficial Portrait 11x13.75.jpg
|imagesize = 160px
|incumbent = [[Benigno Aquino III|Benigno S. Aquino III]]
The line of presidential succession as specified by Article 7, Section 10 of the [[Philippine Constitution]] are the Vice President, Senate President and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
== Senarai presiden ==
{{utama|Senarai Presiden Filipina}}
Image:Gen Aguinaldo.jpg|<small><center>1.</small></center><center><small>[[Emilio Aguinaldo]]</small></center><small><center>[[1899]]&ndash;[[1901]]</small></center>
Image:QuezonUS.jpg |<small><center>2.</small></center><center><small>[[Manuel Quezon]]</small></center><small><center>[[1935]]&ndash;[[1944]]</small></center>
Image:Vice-President Osmeña in Washington cropped.jpg|<small><center>3.</small></center><center><small>[[Sergio Osmena]]</small></center><small><center>[[1944]]&ndash;[[1946]]</small></center>
Image:Ph_pres_roxas.jpg|<small><center>4.</small></center><center><small>[[Manuel Roxas]]</small></center><small><center>[[1946]]&ndash;[[1948]]</small></center>
Image:Presidentelpidioquirino.jpg|<small><center>5.</small></center><center><small>[[Elpidio Quirino]]</small></center><small><center>[[1948]]&ndash;[[1953]]</small></center>
Image:MagsaysayRamon.jpg|<small><center>6.</small></center><center><small>[[Ramon Magsaysay]]</small></center><small><center>[[1953]]&ndash;[[1957]]</small></center>
Image:Carlos P Garcia.jpg|<small><center>7.</small></center><center><small>[[Carlos P. Garcia]]</small></center><small><center>[[1957]]&ndash;[[1961]]</small></center>
Image:Diosdado Macapagal USS Oklahoma City 1962 cropped.jpg|<small><center>8.</small></center><center><small>[[Diosdado Macapagal]]</small></center><small><center>[[1961]]&ndash;[[1965]]</small></center>
Image:MarcosinWashington1983.jpg|<small><center>10.</small></center><center><small>[[Ferdinand Marcos]]</small></center><small><center>[[1965]]&ndash;[[1986]]</small></center>
Image:CAquino.jpg |<small><center>11.</small></center><center><small>[[Corazon Aquino]]</small></center><small><center>[[1986]]&ndash;[[1992]]</small></center>
Image:Ramos Pentagon.jpg|<small><center>13.</small></center><center><small>[[Fidel V. Ramos]]</small></center><small><center>[[1992]]&ndash;[[1998]]</small></center>
Image:Joseph Estrada 1998.jpg|<small><center>14.</small></center><center><small>[[Joseph Estrada]]</small></center><small><center>[[1998]]&ndash;[[2001]]</small></center>
Image:Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.jpg|<small><center>15.</small></center><center><small>[[Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo]]</small></center><small><center>[[2001]]&ndash;[[2010]]</small></center>
==Privileges of office==
===Official residence===
{{Main|Malacañang Palace}}
[[Image:Malacanang palace view.jpg|150px|thumb|left|The official residence of the President of the Philippines.]]
'''Malacañang Palace''' is the official residence of the President of the Philippines. The president is entitled to have an official residence as stipulated under Article 7, Section 6 of the [[Philippine Constitution]].<ref name=Const/> The Palace is located along the north bank of the [[Pasig River]] in [[San Miguel, Manila]]. The [[Filipino language|Filipino]] name is derived from the [[Tagalog language|Tagalog]] phrase "''may lakan diyan''", meaning "there is a noble there"; this was eventually shortened to ''Malakanyáng''. The two terms in use, "''Malacañan''" and "''Malacañang''", are distinct in that the first refers to the official '''residence''' of the President itself, while the latter identifies the '''office''' of the President, as well as for both as a whole collocquially and in the media. Malacañang Palace is depicted on the ''verso'' (back) side of the present-day [[Banknotes of the Philippine peso|20-Peso bill]].
Article XVIII Section 17 of the 1987 constitution provides that until the Congress provides otherwise the President shall receive an annual salary of three hundred thousand pesos. On August 21, 1989, Republic Act No. 6758 directed the Department of Budget and Managements (DBM) to establish and administer a unified Compensation and Position Classification System along lines specified in that Act.<ref>[ Compensation and Position Classification Act of 1989] (August 21, 1989), Chan Robles Virtual Law Library.</ref> On 14 March 2007, President Arroyo issued Executive Order No. 611 Department of Budget and Management (DBM) is hereby directed to implement a ten percent (10%) increase over the basic monthly salaries of civilian government personnel whose positions are covered by the Compensation and Position Classification System as of June 30, 2007, including the salaries of the President, Vice-President, Senators and members of the House of Representatives, but to take effect only after the expiration of the respective terms of office of the incumbent officials pursuant to Section 10 of Article VI and Section 6 of Article VII of the 1987 Constitution.<ref name=Const /><ref>[ EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 611, AUTHORIZING COMPENSATION ADJUSTMENTS TO GOVERNMENT PERSONNEL] (July 1, 2007),</ref>
===Air transport===
{{Unreferenced section|date=March 2009}}
[[Image:PAF-Puma-at-Subic-Bay.JPEG|thumb|left|A [[Westland Puma|Aérospatiale SA-330 Puma]] carrying President [[Corazon Aquino|Corazon C. Aquino]] at [[Subic Bay Naval Base]]]]The 250th (Presidential) Airlift Wing of the [[Philippine Air Force]] has the mandate of providing safe and efficient air transport for the President of the Philippines and the First Family. On occasion, the wing has also been tasked to provide transportation for other members of government, visiting heads of state, and other state guests.
The fleet includes: 1 [[Fokker F28]], which is primarily used for the President's domestic trips, 4 [[Bell 412]] helicopters, 3 [[Sikorsky S-76]] helicopters, 2 [[Westland Puma|Aérospatiale SA-330 Puma]] helicopters, 1 [[Sikorsky S-70]]-5 Black Hawk, a number of [[Bell UH-1N]] Twin Hueys, as well as [[Fokker F-27]] ''Friendship''s. For trips outside of the Philippines, the Air Force employs a [[Bombardier Aerospace|Bombardier]] [[Learjet 60]] or charters appropriate aircraft from [[Philippine Airlines]]. Prior to 1962, the Air Force chartered aircraft from [[Pan American World Airways]] as the international services of Philippine Airlines were suspended. For short-haul flights, [[Boeing 737]]s were initially used and have since been replaced by the [[Airbus A320]]. For medium- to long-haul flights, [[Boeing 747-400]]s were initially used; their roles are now being fulfilled by the [[Airbus A340#A340-300 series|Airbus A340-300]]. The aircraft with the callsign '''PR 001''' is a special plane operated by [[Philippine Airlines]] to transport the President of the Philippines.
===Presidential Security Group===
{{Main|Presidential Security Group}}
The Presidential Security Group, known officially as the PSG, is the lead agency tasked in providing security for the President of the Philippines, [[Vice President of the Philippines]], and their immediate families. They also provide protective service for visiting heads of states and diplomats.
Unlike the other groups around the world who protect political figures, the PSG is not required by command to protect presidential candidates. However, former president's and their immediate families received VIP Protection service from the PSG.
== Selepas kepresidenan ==<!--
<center><gallery caption="Bekas Presiden yang masih hidup">
Fail:Ramos Pentagon.jpg|[[Fidel V. Ramos]] (Lakas-CMD), menjawat 1992-1998
Fail:JosephestradapentagonJoseph Estrada 1998.jpg|[[Joseph Estrada]] (PMP), menjawat 1998-2001
Fail:Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, DavosArroyo.jpg|[[Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo]] (Lakas-CMD), menjawat 2001-2010