Ferdinand Marcos


Ferdinand Marcos painting

Ferdinand Edralin Marcos (September 11, 1917–September 28, 1989), Filipino politician, tenth president of the Philippines, sixth and last president of the Third Republic, president of the Fourth Republic.

Vice-Presidents: Fernando Lopez (December 30, 1965-December 30, 1969, December 30, 1969-September 23, 1972)
Arturo M. Tolentino (February 16-25, 1986)
 
Prime Ministers: Ferdinand E. Marcos (in concurrent capacity as president, June 12, 1978–June 30, 1981)
Cesar E. A. Virata (June 30, 1981–February 25, 1986)
 
Political Parties: Kilusang Bagong Lipunan (1978–1986)
Nacionalista Party (1965–1978)
Liberal Party (1949–1965)
 
Positions: President of the Philippines, first term: December 30, 1965 – 1969 second term: December 30, 1969 – January, 1973 (1935 Constitution) January 17, 1973 – June 30, 1981 (Martial Law) third term: June 30, 1981 – February 25, 1986 (1973 Constitution)
Senator (1959-1965), Ninth Senate President (1963–1965)
Representative, Second District of Ilocos Norte (1949-1959)
 
Other Positions: Technical Assistant to President Roxas
Major (Active Service), Colonel (Reserve)