|8th Vice President of the Philippines|
February 25, 1986 – June 30, 1992
Title last held by Fernando Lopez
|Succeeded by||Joseph Estrada|
|5th Prime Minister of the Philippines|
February 25, 1986 – March 25, 1986
|Preceded by||Cesar Virata|
|Succeeded by||Position abolished|
|Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines|
March 25, 1986 – February 2, 1987
|Preceded by||Pacifico A. Castro (Acting)|
|Succeeded by||Manuel Yan|
|Member of the Interim Batasang Pambansa from Region IV-A|
June 12, 1978 – September 16, 1983
|Senator of the Philippines|
December 30, 1967 – September 23, 1972
Salvador Roman Hidalgo Laurel
November 18, 1928
Paco, Manila, Insular Government of the Philippine Islands
|Died||January 27, 2004 (aged 75)|
Atherton, California, United States
|Political party||Nacionalista Party|
(m. 1950; d. 2004)
|Education||University of the Philippines, Manila|
University of the Philippines, Diliman (LLB)
Yale University (LLM, SJD)
|Presidential styles of|
Salvador H. Laurel
|Reference style||His Excellency |
The Honourable 
|Spoken style||Your Excellency|
|Alternative style||Mr. Vice President|
Salvador Roman Hidalgo Laurel (November 18, 1928 – January 27, 2004), also known as Doy Laurel, was a Filipino lawyer and politician. He was Vice President of the Philippines from 1986 to 1992 under President Corazon Aquino and was Prime Minister from 25 February to 25 March 1986.
He was a major leader of the United Nationalist Democratic Organization (UNIDO), the political party that helped end the dictatorship of President Ferdinand Marcos with the 1986 People Power Revolution.
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- Assumed vice presidency by claiming victory in the disputed 1986 snap election.
- Original term was until December 30, 1973. This was cut short pursuant to the Declaration of Martial Law by President Ferdinand Marcos on September 23, 1972.
- A subsidiary honorific as the Vice-Presidency ranks higher than the premiership, which was eventually abolished.
- Jose P. Laurel Memorial Foundation