Chief of Staff (Philippines)

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Chief of Staff
Malacañan Palace logo.jpg
Inaugural holder Aprodicio Laquian
Formation February 2000
Final holder Joey Salceda
Abolished February 2008
Website http://www.president.gov.ph

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[edit]

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