Chief of Staff (Philippines)

Chief of Staff
Inaugural holder Aprodicio Laquian
Formation February 2000
Final holder Joey Salceda
Abolished February 2008

The Chief of Staff of the Philippines, also known as Malacañang Chief of Staff,[1] was an official position under the Office of the President of the Philippines. President Joseph Estrada created the position in February 2000, but described it as only being a "temporary" position.[2] However, this position was carried over to the administration of his successor, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, before being abolished in February 2008.[3][4]

List of Chiefs of Staff

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