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President of South Mariana[edit]

President of South Mariana
Incumbent
Adreanna Bugayong

since June 10, TBA
Style His/Her Excellency
Your Excellency or Mister/Madam President (spoken)
Nominator Political parties or self-nomination
Term length Four years (no term limits)
Precursor Governor-General of the Philippines
Formation August 13, 1897
First holder Manuel Alig
Salary SMR25,000/month

     Progressive      National      People's Alliiance      National People's Party (NPP)      Tahusan Mabago Mariana Sur (TMMS)      [[]]

Numbers in italics denote temporary presidents.

Republic of South Mariana (1897-1941)

  1. Manuel Alig 1897-1901 (Non-partisan)
  2. Carlos Inemu 1901-1909 (Progressive)
  3. Julian Daringe 1909-1917 (National)
  4. Rogelio Maganda 1917-1921 (National)
  5. Felipe Taitano 1921-1925 (Progressive)
  6. Marcial Falan 1925-1933 (Progressive)
  7. Alonzo Borja 1933-1941 (National People's Party)

Provisional Government of South Mariana (1941-1945)

  1. Julio Sapyang 1941-1945 (TMMS)

Republic of South Mariana (1945-1998)



  1. MarcosTaitano 1945-1949 (Progressive)
  2. Sergio Morato 1949-1952 (Progressive)
  3. Gabriel Macaraeg 1952-1956 (Progressive)
  4. Fernando Hafa 1956-1960 (National People's Party)
  5. Antonio Pomar 1960-1964 (National People's Party)
  6. Salvador Taitano 1964-1972 (Progressive)


  1. Manolo Guerrero 1972-1984 (United Citizen's Party)
  2. Cecilia Caday 1984-1988 (National Reform Party)
  3. Mariano Aguon 1988-1992 (National Reform Party)
  4. Flerida de Leon 1992-1998 (United Citizen's Party)

Independent Pacific State of South Mariana (1998-present)

  1. Flerida de Leon 1998-2000 (United Citizen's Party)
  2. Lucio Liu 2000-2004 (National People's Party)
  3. Ramon Tanaka 2004-2012 (National People's Party)
  4. Miguel Schneider 2012-2016 (National Reform Party)
  5. Adreanna Bugayong 2016-present (Progressive)

Vice President of South Mariana[edit]

Vice President of South Mariana
Incumbent
Joseph Guerrero

since June 10, TBA
Style His/Her Excellency
Your Excellency or Mister/Madam President (spoken)
Nominator Political parties or self-nomination
Term length Four years (no term limits)
Formation 1952
First holder Fernando Hafa
Salary SMR20,000/month

     Progressive      National      People's Alliiance      National People's Party (NPP)      Tahusan Mabago Mariana Sur (TMMS)      [[]]

Numbers in italics denote temporary vice presidents.























Republic of South Mariana (1945-1998)

  1. Sergio Morato 1945-1949 (Progressive)
  2. Alberto Rojas 1945-1952 (Progressive)
  3. Fernando Hafa 1952-1956 (Progressive)
  4. Alfonso Anahon 1956-1960 (National People's Party)
  5. Salvador Taitano 1960-1964 (Progressive)
  6. Jose Kambaye 1964-1972 (Progressive)
  7. Francisco Sayasa 1972-1980 (United Citizen's Party)
  8. Cecilia Caday 1980-1984 (National Reform Party)
  9. Mariano Aguon 1984-1988 (National Reform Party)
  10. Paulino Chan 1988-1992 (National Reform Party)
  11. Teofilo Masga 1992-1998 (United Citizen's Party)

Independent Pacific State of South Mariana (1998-present)

  1. Teofilo Masga 1998-2000 (United Citizen's Party)
  2. Angelo Rojas 2000-2004 (National People's Party)
  3. Nicolas Abasa 2004-2012 (National People's Party)
  4. Miranda de Leon 2012-2016 (National Reform Party)
  5. Joseph Guerrero 2016-present (Progressive)

Prime Minister of South Mariana[edit]

  1. Julio Dumpit 1998-2000
  2. Flerida de Leon 2000-2002
  3. Marcos Seo 2002-2003
  4. Alonzo Anahon 2003-2005
  5. Julian Borja 2005-2006
  6. Fernando Mayisa 2006-2008
  7. Miranda de Leon 2008-2012
  8. Oscar Tarare 2012-2013
  9. Bernardo Tanaka 2013-2014
  10. Rodrigo Chen 2014-2016
  11. Maria Taitano 2016-2018
  12. Aniceto Mata 2018-present


  1. Alfonso Anahon 1956-1960 (National People's Party)
  2. Salvador Taitano 1960-1964 (Progressive)
  3. Jose Kambaye 1964-1972 (Progressive)

Republic of South Mariana (1972-1998)

  1. Francisco Sayasa 1972-1980 (United Citizen's Party)
  2. Cecilia Caday 1980-1984 (National Reform Party)
  3. Mariano Aguon 1984-1988 (National Reform
  4. Paulino Chan 1988-1992 (National Reform Party)
  5. Teofilo Masga 1992-1998 (United Citizen's Party)

Independent Pacific State of South Mariana (1998-present)

  1. Teofilo Masga 1998-2000 (United Citizen's Party)
  2. Angelo Rojas 2000-2004 (National People's Party)
  3. Nicolas Abasa 2004-2012 (National People's Party