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Vice President Noli de Castro arrived a few minutes ahead of the President who came in at exactly a.m.

Estrada was a picture of a relieved President who wanted the turnover ceremonies to be done over with a quickly as possible. But after nothing the heavy drizzle yesterday morning which threaten to dampen the inaugural rites, Mr. Macapagal-Arroyo if they could go to the Capitol ahead earlier for fear that people will get soaked and rained even the inaugural affair could start.

The Palace Press Corps who were awaiting for the two to come out gave Mr.

Estrada a parting group singing “Paalam Na” to which the outgoing President gave his distinct wry smile.

“Maybe, I will miss the people here, all the people who worked with me in the Guest House,” Mr. Estrada down to the stage to her awating jeepney that took him to Mactan-Benito Ebuen Air Base.

A 21-gun salute from the Philippine Marines greeted the President’s arrival.

She was given the traditional military honors before trooping the line with Armed Forces Chief of Staff Gen. At the stage, the President was welcomed by the four members of the cabinet which included Social Welfare and Development Secretary Dinky Soliman, Defense Secretary Eduardo Ermita, Interior and Local Government Secretary Jose Lina and Metro Manila Development Authority Chairman Bayani Fernando.

Both Macapagal-Arroyo and de Castro were to serve a six-year term commencing on June 30, 2004.

Context The inauguration formally ended the Presidential transition of Gloria Macapagal Arroyo that began when Arroyo won the 2004 Philippine presidential election.

Among those who braved the gusty winds and intermittent drizzles were former president Fidel V.

Ramos, Supreme Court Chief Justice Hilario Davide, Jr., House Speaker Jose De Venecia and wife Gina, Senate President Franklin Drilon, members of the Cabinet, Metro Manila mayors led by Manila Mayor Lito Atienza, members of the Senate led by newly-elected senator Manuel “Mar” Roxas II, Jamby Madrigal, Ralph Recto, members of the House of Representatives and foreign dignitaries who were all seated at the center stage of the grandstand.

The President left the Quirino Grandstand shortly before 9 a.m.