Noli de Castro

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His Excellency
Noli de Castro
Noli de Castro official cropped.jpg
Noli de Castro kan Oktobre 2009
Ika-12ng Bise-Presidente nin Filipinas
Termino
Hunyo 30, 2004 – Hunyo 30, 2010
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
Suminunod ki Teofisto Guingona Jr.
Sinundan ni Jejomar Binay
Pamayo kan Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
Termino
Hunyo 30, 2004 – Hunyo 30, 2010
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
Suminunod ki Sec. Mike Defensor
Sinundan ni Bise Presidente Jejomar Binay
Senador nin Filipinas
Termino
Hunyo 30, 2001 – Hunyo 30, 2004
Personal na mga detalye
Kamundagan Manuel Leuterio de Castro Jr.
(1949-07-06) Hulyo 6, 1949 (edad 73)[1][2]
Pola, Oriental Mindoro, Filipinas
Partido politikal Aksyon Demokratiko (2021)
K4 (2004)
Independent (2001–2004, 2004–present)
Agom [3][4]
Arlene Sinsuat (d. 2021)[3]
Mga aki Manuelli
Katherine
Shamier[5]
Alma mater University of the East(BS)
Kasibotan Peryodista, anchorman
Gaha' Kabayan
Noli
TV/radio shows hosted * Kabayan radio commentator (1986–2001, 2010–2021, 2021–present)

Si Manuel Leuterio de Castro Jr. (namundag Hulyo 6, 1949),[6] na midbid sa propesyonal niyang pangaran na Noli de Castro, sarong Filipinong peryodista, anchorman, asin politiko na nagserbi komo ika-12ng bise presidente nin Filipinas poon 2004 sundo 2010, sa administrasyon ni Pres. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. Siya naelihir sa Senado nin Filipina kan 2001 pakakua nin pinahalangkaw na boto nin arinman na senador sa [[2001 Eleksyon sa Senado nin Filipinas#Resulta|2001 na eleksyon].[7]

Si De Castro iyo an anchor sa programa sa radyong Kabayan asin TeleRadyo Balita sa DZMM-AM/TeleRadyo asin siya an orihinal asin halawig na nagkapot na anchor kan TV Patrol sa ABS-CBN/Kapamilya Channel. Siya an saro sa prominenteng pigura sa telebisyon na nag'uyon sa Kampanya sa Filipinas Laban sa Druga na pinasunod ni Presidente Rodrigo Duterte.

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  1. "Philippines, Civil Registration (Local), 1888–1983," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-27136-14128-86?cc=1410394&wc=9S6Q-ZNG:25271701,27962101,25268603,25270403 : accessed April 18, 2014), Oriental Mindoro > Pola > Birth registers > 1947–1951; citing National Census and Statistics Office, Manila.
  2. "Philippines, Civil Registration (Local), 1888–1983," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-27136-13575-50?cc=1410394&wc=9S6Q-ZNG:25271701,27962101,25268603,25270403 : accessed April 18, 2014), Oriental Mindoro > Pola > Birth registers > 1947–1951; citing National Census and Statistics Office, Manila.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Robles, Raissa (July 10, 2005). "Man Who Could Be King Plays His Cards Close to His Chest". South China Morning Post. Retrieved May 18, 2020. 
  4. Dacanay, Barbara Mae (March 31, 2004). "De Castro Explains Why His First Wife Has Been Campaigning Against Him". Gulf News. https://gulfnews.com/world/asia/philippines/de-castro-explains-why-his-first-wife-has-been-campaigning-against-him-1.318000. "Their marriage was annulled in 1998." 
  5. "Noli L. de Castro". Office of the Vice President of the Philippines. July 13, 2014. Archived from the original on August 18, 2016. Retrieved July 18, 2016.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  6. "Profile of Manuel Jr. "Noli" Leuterio de Castro". ABS-CBN News. June 6, 2009. https://news.abs-cbn.com/botomo/05/13/09/profile-manuel-jr-noli-leuterio-de-castro. 
  7. "Election Results – November 26, 2001 ARMM Elections – Senatorial Canvass Report No. 24". Commission on Elections. Archived from the original on June 28, 2010. Retrieved May 18, 2020.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)