As Rodrigo Duterte won and will assume office in the end of June, his administration is forming the government from a unitary to a federal form of government by 2022. The President-elect prioritized transferring power and supplies to local governments from the national leadership formed in the capital.
Though incoming speaker of the House of Representatives stated that the shift from unitary to a federal-legislative form of government could eliminate the position of vice president. Davao del Norte Representative Pantaleon Alvarez told reporters that, "In a parliamentary set-up, walang VP".
Adding, "Depende yan kung ano mapagkasunduan, if it's a Con-Con (constitutional convention) or Con-Ass (constituent assembly), kung ano mapagkasunduan dun (form of government)". Right now, Vice President-elect, Leni Robredo's role under Duterte in unclear as no offer has yet for Leni to receive, unlike past presidents.
Though it is only for the moment and you never know, maybe for a day or three Robredo might be given a position.