Alfredo Lim

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Alfredo S. Lim
Mayor Lim talking to reporters in Mendiola Bridge at Manila in year January 22, 2008
Mayor of Manila
In office
30 June 2007 – 30 June 2013
Vice MayorIsko Moreno (2007-2013)
Preceded byLito Atienza
Succeeded byJoseph Estrada
In office
30 June 1992 – 27 March 1998
Vice MayorLito Atienza (1992-1998)
Preceded byMel Lopez
Succeeded byLito Atienza
Senator of the Philippines
In office
30 June 2004 – 30 June 2007[1]
Secretary of the Interior and Local Government
In office
8 January 2000 – 20 January 2001
PresidentJoseph Estrada
Preceded byRonaldo Puno
Succeeded byJosé Lina Jr.
Director, National Bureau of Investigation
In office
Preceded byAntonio M. Cárpio
Succeeded byEpimaco Velasco
Personal details
Born(1929-12-21)December 21, 1929
Manila, Philippine Islands
Died8 August 2020(2020-08-08) (aged 90)
Manila, Philippines
Political partyLiberal Party (1998–1999, 2009-2018)
PDP-Laban (2018-2020)
Other political
People's Reform Party (1992-1998)
Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (1999-2008)
Amalia Santos
(m. 1950; .died 1994)
Gemma Alivio
(m. 1997; .her death 2020)
ChildrenRogelio Santos Lim
Alfredo Santos Lim III
Cynthia Santos Lim
Ernesto Santos Lim
Cristina Santos Lim
Manuel Santos Lim
Marilet Santos Lim
Marivic Santos Lim
Genevieve Alivio Lim
Christoper Alivio Lim
Bernard Alivio Lim
Alexander Alivio Lim
Alma materUniversity of the East
National Defense College of the Philippines
OccupationPolice officer, Politician, Lawyer
WebsiteOfficial website

Alfredo Siojo Lim (Chinese: 林雯洛; pinyin: Lín Wénluò; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lîm Bûn-lo̍k; 21 December 1929 – 8 August 2020) was a Filipino politician. He served as Mayor of the City of Manila from 1992 to 1998 and 2007 to 2013. He also served as senator of the Philippines from 2004 to 2007. He ran for president in 1998, but lost to Joseph Estrada.

He lost his re-election campaign in 2013, but lost to former President of the Philippines Joseph Estrada. He ran again in 2016, but narrowly lost to Estrada again by less than 1%.

On 7 August 2020, Lim was hospitalized in Manila with COVID-19.[2] He died the next day from the infection at the age of 90.[3]

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  1. Original term until 30 June 2010; resigned 30 June 2007 to sit as Manila mayor.
  2. "Former Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim catches COVID-19". Archived from the original on 2020-08-10. Retrieved 2020-08-08.
  3. Ex-Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim passes away at 90 -report

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