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S. Juan Luna. he was elected "Capitan Municipal" which was equivalent to Gobernadorcillo • Joined the Masonry Association '(whose members include Jose Rizal. Tejeros Convention • When the war between the United States and Spain broke out on April 1898. 1898 ACHIEVEMENTS • Cabeza de Barangay at the age of 17. he made an agreement with Commodore George Dewey and U. • Head of the Magdalo Group of the Katipunan in Cavite • Led his men to victory in the battle of Kawit. 1897 in the belief that the war "could not be won".NAME OF PRESIDENTS TERM 1899-1901 PROGRAMS/ CONTRIBUTIONS • Signed the agreement of the "Pact of Biak-na-Bato" on December 14. • Designed the Flag of the EMILIO Famy AGUINALDO . Imus and Binakayan in Cavite • President of the Revolutionary Government. Apolinario Mabini. • At the age of 26. • proclaimed independence on June 12. Consul Pratt to consolidate the American and Filipino forces against the Spaniards. Marcelo del Pilar and Graciano Jaena) which aimed at improving the economic condition of the country.
Cavite on June 12. Initiated the official use of the national language through the Commonwealth Law No. Represented the Philippines in the International Congress of Navigation in St.1944 • passing of the Jones Law in 1916. First Philippine Assembly Was Senate President in 1923. Russia in 1908. Worked as manservant of Rev. 1898 • Headed the Revolutionary Government after the establishment of the Malolos Congress and the ratification of the independence and its constitution on January 21. Elected President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines on September 17. Petersburg. 570 • He was called "Ama ng Wikang Pambansa" because of his campaign for Filipino as the the national language. passing of the Tydings-McDuffie Law which provides for a 10-year moratorium for the independence of the Philippines and which allows for the holding of a Constitutional Convention. Chairman of the majority group. 1899 1935 . Father Teodoro Fernandez. 1935 • • • MANUEL LUIS Molina QUEZON • • • • • • • • . Captain and Major in the Army during the Philippine Revolution and the Filipino-American War. in a church in Intramuros Finished Bachelor of Arts at the Colegio de San Juan de Letran at the age of 16 Started law practice in 1903 Elected governor of Tayabas (now Quezon) in 1905 Was a member of the first Philippine Assembly in 1906 Was designated Lieutenant.Philippines which was hoisted at the veranda of his house in Kawit. the law which states that the Philippines would be given independence if the Filipinos could prove that they had the capability to run their own government.
1935 President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines in 1944 when President Quezon died Worked at the Bureau of Forestry to finance his studies in spite of his parents' capability to send him to school. One of the founders of the Nacionalista Party and its first president. the Constitutional Law of the Philippines Was temporary Chairman of the Constitutional Convention before the election of its president Ciaro M. the Hare-Hawes Cutting Act • • • • • • • • • Founded and edited a nationalistic newspaper with Jaime de Veyra and Rafael Palma. was reached • • • • JOSE PACIANO Garcia LAUREL . a position he held for 15 years. Recto 1944 .1943 . an agreement on trade and industry. Second topnotcher in the Bar Examinations in 1903 Served as Acting Governor of Cebu (1903) at the age of 25 as substitute for Juan Climaco Named provincial judge of Cebu Won as representative of the 2nd district of Cebu in the First Philippine Assembly in 1907 where he was elected Speaker.1945 • • SERGIO Suico OSMEÑA Helped worked for the approval by the American Government a Constitutional Convention that would pave the way for Philippine Independence Won the nod of the Congress of the United States about the law on Independence.1946 • Head of the Economic Mission where the Laurel-Langley Agreement. Elected senator in 1922 Became the Vice-President of the Philippine Commonwealth on November 15. Obtained the second highest grade in the bar exam Author of a book about law.
• • • • • • • One of the so-called Seven Wise Men who studied the Constitution Was Assistant Secretary and later Secretary of the Interior in 1922 Was Associate Justice of the Supreme Court in 1936 Was president of the JapaneseSponsored Philippine Republic during the Japanese Regime. Topped the bar examination in 1913 Worked as Personal Secretary of Supreme Justice Cayetano Arellano Taught Law at the Philippine Law School and National University. Agreement on the Philippine Trade Act of 1946 was reached where a free trade between the Philippines and America was established.1948 • • Obtained the Hare-Hawes-Cutting Act from the US Congress. which gave independence to the Philippines for ten years. • • • • • • • • MANUEL Acuña ROXAS . Bested the twenty candidates for senator under the reign of Quirino Was Chancellor of the National Teachers College and founded the National Economic Development Authority Founded the Lyceum of the Philippines in Intramuros and the Philippine Banking Corporation. A town counselor of Capiz Elected governor of Capiz in 1919 Named chairman of the Provincial Governors Convention Ran for Congressman of Capiz in 1922 and won Was Speaker of the House of Representatives (1935) 1946 .
Personal secretary of President 1948 .• • • • • • • • • • With Osmena. Jayme de Veyra and Catalino Lavandia. Worked as an employee at the Manila Police Department to -finance his studies. Was called Architect of National Economy. Worked at the Bureau of Land. • • • • . Named Outstanding Representative at the Constitutional Convention in 1934-1935 Named Secretary of Finance by Quezon Was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Economic Council Topped the senatorial race in the 1941 election. 1946 Was President of the Philippines during the Japanese regime Headed the Preparatory Commission for Philippine Independence which aimed at persuading the Filipinos to surrender and come to terms with the Japanese Joined hand with the United States to uplift the economy of the country ravaged by war.1953 • During his reign. the Central Bank of the Philippines was established. he led the mission about Independence from the United States and was helped by Jorge Jacobo. Served in the Philippine Army when the World War II broke out Was President of the Philippine Commonwealth on April 23.
1957 • • RAMON del Fierro MAGSAYSAY Played an important role in the passing of the bill on benefit grants by the United States to the Flipino veterans of the war and one of these was the building of the Veterans Memorial Hospital. Volunteered to serve in the Armed Forces. • 1953 . Worked as jeepney driver and mechanic to finance his studies at the car company of the Yangcos. Regained the peace and order of the country due to the defeat of the HUKBALAHAP.• • ELPIDIO Rivera QUIRINO • • • • • Quezon. before the Fall of Bataan. • • • • . Concurrent Secretary of Foreign Affairs. Joined the forces of Lieutenant Colonel Thorpe in 1942. branch manager in Zambales. He gave the farmers the right to own land according to the laws of the Land Reform Act of 1955. Representative of the Philippines in the International Bar Conference in Peking. Commissioner of the Philippines and Senate. Served in the Presidency due to the sudden demise of President Roxas in 1948. was promoted to supervisory position and later on. China in 1921. during the Commonwealth. Was representative of llocos Sur in the National Assembly. Named Military Governor by Gen Douglas Mac Arthur in Zambales. Took oath as President on April 17. Named Secretary of Finance during the time of Quezon. 1948. Twice elected as senator (1925 and 1945).
Taught at Bohol Provincial High School for two years. President of the Republic of the Philippines. Filipino language. • • . Opened the doors of Malacañang to the people so they could air their grievances. Promoted vigorously the use of the national language and wearing of the Barong Tagalog. (1950) Successfully persuaded the members of the HUKBALAHAP to surrender and return to the government fold. (November.• • • • • • • • • • • Founded the Guerilla Forces of Western Luzon after the Fall of Bataan and Corregidor.1961 • Implemented the principle of "Pilipino Muna" which aimed to support and patronize Filipinomade produces. • 1957 . Formed the President's Action Committee (PCAC) as his implementing line to help the masses. Tagged as the Prince of Poetry in the Visayas and Poet of Bohol. Twice elected as congressman of Zambales. Huk Supreme Leader Luis Taruc personally surrender to him that signaled the reign of peace in the country. 1953). Received the Man of the Year Award in 1951. Secretary of National Defense. According to him. Was called the Champion of the Masses. those who have less in life should have more in law.
• • CARLOS Polistico GARCIA • • • • • • Two-time congressman. Created a program which gave priority to all Filipinos over foreign nationals in the country. the rural bank law and the law on nationalization of the rice and corn industry. 1957. Elected President of the Republic of the Philippines at the official presidential election in November. who represented Eastern Visayas (1941). co-authored the minimum wage law. 1957. arts and everything Filipino. • • . Was appointed Secretary of the Deparment of Foreign Affairs. 1971 Supported by Philanthropist Honorio Ventura to study Law at the University of Sto. Joined the Guerilla Forces who fought the Japanese during the Second World War. Tomas and became the bar examination topnotcher. Was a member of the National • 1961 . Took oath as President of the Philippines after the death of President Magsaysay who died in a plane crash on March 18.1965 • • Authored. Was elected President of the Second Constitutional Convention on June 11. Was President of the 1971-1972 Constitutional Convention. Was Governor of Bohol from 1932 to 1942. Accomplished the $550 million War Damage Claim from Japan for the rehabilitation of the Philippines from destruction caused by war.• music. Signed the Agricultural Land Reform Code (Republic Act -No. Elected Vice-President of President Ramon Magsaysay in 1953.
Indonesia). Tagged as the Champion of the Masses because of his concern for the poor. He was tagged "The Incorruptible" because of his strict campaign against corruption. Congressman. Elected head of the Constitutional Convention (1971-1972) after the death of President Carlos P. Named The Most Outstanding Congressman of the Third Congress. Chief of Legal Division Department Department of Foreign Affairs. Honored as one of the Ten Outstanding Congressmen by the Congressional Press Club. first district of Pampanga. which was replaced by ASEAN in 1963. . Became the Vice-President of the Philippines in 1957. Chairman. Instrumental in the change of Independence Day from July 4 to June 12. (1946). Was a professor at the University of Sto. Served as assistant lawyer of President Manuel Quezon. in the United States and peace treaty in Japan. • • • • DIOSDADO Pangan MACAPAGAL • • • • • • • • • Legislature from 1949 to 1957. (19491953). Garcia. twice elected. 1963. Helped in establishing the MAPHILINDO (Malaysia. Was head of the Philippine Delegation at the United Nations Assembly in Paris in 1951 and helped in the negotiations of the mutual defense treaty. Tomas. Congress Committee on Foreign Relations.• • 3844) on August. (1947-1957). Philippines. Became the President of the Philippines in 1961.
He received the President Manuel Quezon Medal Award because of his Graduation Thesis. Headed the information security of the 21st branch of the USAFFE. Battalion Commandant. with a rank of Major Cadet and head of the Rifle and Pistol Team of the University of the Philippines. 1971 to restore peace and order after the bombing of the rally of the Liberal Party in Plaza Miranda.• Spearheaded the country's claim of Sabah from Malaysia. President of the Republic of the Philippines (November 1965). 1965 . head of the minority group. Senator (1959). Accused of conspiring in the killing of Representative Julio Nalundasan. president of the senate (1936). Thrice elected as congressman of llocos Norte. he was the youngest member of the House of Representatives and head of the minority group. Was topnotcher in the bar examinations in November 1939. Defended himself before the Supreme Court in the murder case filed against him and was acquitted in November. 1953 at 1957) At the age of 32. • • • • • • • • • • . 1940. political opponent of his father in 1938. Implemented Martial Law and suspended the 1935 Constitution (September 21. the first candidate of the minority to top the senatorial race.1973. 1981 . 1972).1986 • • FERDINAND EMMANUEL Edralin MARCOS • Ordered the making of several irrigation systems in the countryside and promoted the miracle rice nationwide He suspended the Writ of Habeas Corpus on August 21. 1973-1981. (1949.
1981 through Proclamation 2045. During Martial Law. 1986 . the first to be reelected to the Presidency in the history of the Philippines.• • • • • • • Popularized the slogan This country will be great again.a national plebiscite was held to ratify the amendments to the 1935 Constitution on February 2. He called a snap election for president on February 7. 1987. Retained the presidential form of government. Installed as the President of the Republic of the Philippines on February 25. The first Prime Minister of the Parliamentary form of government. Under her reign. 1986 Snap Election after her supporters gathered a million signatures. Took oath under Supreme Court Justice Claudio Teehankee as President of the Philippines at Club Filipino. Bagong Lipunan was born. • 1986 .1992 • • MARIA CORAZON Cojuangco AQUINO Implemented a program of reconciliation and freed political prisoners like Bernabe Buscayno of the New People's Army and Jose Maria Sison of the Communist Party of the Philippines.his reign. Agreed to run for president against Marcos in the February 7. Proclaimed the 1973 Constitution which prolonged. • • • • . Was reelected President for a six-year term after Martial Law. Was reelected for a four-year term (1969). 1986 because of the historic People's Power which stripped Marcos of power. and won over Corazon Aquino. He signed the end of Martial Law on January 17.
1998 • He formed the Commission on National Reconciliation to put an end to the war waged by the Communist rebels and the Muslim against the government. He founded the Special Forces of the Philippine Army. Launched the Philippines 2000 which aimed to bring progress to the country. Named Vice-Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines or AFP for five years in the Marcos administration. Awarded the Gawad Eleanor Roosevelt for Human Rights Six coup d' etat aimed at overthrowing her government took place during her reign. Was Chief of the Philippine Constabulary. they withdrew their support of the Marcos Government and joined Corazon Aquino and the People Power Movement on February 22. • 1992 .• • Named Woman of the Year by Time Magazine. 1986. He was sent by the Philippines on active service to the Korean War (1950-1953) and the Vietnam War(1959-1975). which is known now as Philippine National Police or PNP. the two bloodiest of which took place in 1987 and 1989. • • • FIDEL Valdez RAMOS • • • • . Together with then Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile. Served as Head of the Intelligence Services of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Deputy Chief of Staff for Home Defense Activities.
(1988.2001 • • • Voted to end the Military Base Treaty between the Philippines and the United States in 1991. Awarded Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) for Public Service by the Philippine Jaycees in 1972. Cabinet Secretary. Honored by the Philippine Free Press Magazine as one of the three Most Outstanding Senators of the Year in 1989. He was the country's representative at the Third Asean Conference in Malaysia in 1969 and at the Asean Ministerial Conference in Kuala Lumpur. Installed in the FAMAS Hall of Fame after winning Best Actor and Producer of the Best Picture in 1981 and 1984.) Vice-Chairman. Won in the senatorial race in the 1987 national election. Department of National Defense. Started as a movie actor in 1950 at the age of 21 after dropping out of school and appeared in more than 120 movies. Metro Manila for 17 years (1969-1986).• • • • He was Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines in 1986. Senate Committee on Agricultural and rural • 1998 . Elected President of the Republic of the Philippines in 1992. Founder and President. Was Mayor of San Juan. ERAP Para sa Mahirap Foundation • • JOSE Marcelo EJERCITO (ESTRADA) • • • • • . Chairman. Regional Development of Region 9.
Center for the Economic Progress of the Philippines. Managing Editor. Head.2010 • Authored 55 bills on economic and social reforms. Taught at Maryknoll College (now Miriam College). Founder and President. Natural Resources Ecology and Urban Development. Head. St.2004. • • MARIA GLORIA Macaraeg MACAPAGAL-ARROYO • • • . Presidential Anti-Crime. Was Head and President of the UP Health Maintenance Organization (UPHMO). Chosen Governor of the Film Academy of the Philippines. 1994-1998). UPEcon Foundation. Elected Vice-President of the Republic of the Philippines in 1992.• • • • • • • development and Public Works. Movie Workers Welfare Foundation. Scholastica College. (May 11. Vice Chairman of the committees on Health. (PCED. • 2001 . Inc. Philippine Motion Picture Producers Association (PMPPA) President the Republic of the Philipines. (1989-1998). Adviser. (1984-1987). 1998). Popularized the slogan Erap Para sa Mahirap. Was Head of the Department of Economics of the College of The Assumption. Commission. 2004 . Ateneo de Manila University and School of Economics of the University of the Philippines.
Department of Trade and Industry. Served as Secretary of the Department of Social Welfare and Development under the government of Joseph Estrada. Assistant Secretary and Governor. Honored as Woman of the Year by the Association of the Catholic Teachers of the Philippines.• • • • • • • • • • • (1994-1998). Committee on Investments (1986) Started in the public service when she was named Assistant secretary of the Department of Trade and Industry from 1989 to 1992. Took oath under Chief Justice Hilario Davide as President of the Republic of the Philippines on January 20. Voted Outstanding Senator of the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines. Topped the senatorial race in 1992 and 1995. Assistant secretary. Committee on Clothing and Textile. 2001 at the EDSA Shrine after President Estrada left Malacanang. Elected Vice President of the Republic of the Philippines on May 11. Managing Editor. 1998 where the total votes she garnered exceeded that of President Estrada's. . Tagged by Asiaweek Magazine as one of the Most Powerful Women in Asia.
• Elected President of the Republic of the Philippines for six years in . 2010. Aquino implemented Executive Order No. signed on July 30. signed on July 30.2001 Congressman representing the second district of Tarlac(12th Congres). 883. Nike Philippines Vice President. 1. • • • • • • • • • • . an executive order revoking Executive Order No. Mondragon Industries Assistant Promotions Manager. creating the Truth Commission. The commission is tasked to investigate various anomalies and issues including graft and corruption allegations against the past administration. Intra-Strata Assurance Corporation Executive Assistant/Manager for Field Services. 2010. 2. that automatically promoted lawyers in government executive service to the rank of Career Executive Service Officer III (CESO III). the national election of May 10. 2010. 2010. ordering the immediate removal of all midnight appointments made by the previous administration for violating the 60-day constitutional ban on presidential appointments before a national election. Aquino implemented Executive Order No.2004 Congressman representing the second district of Tarlac(13th Congres). government officials and their accomplices in the private sector during the last nine years August 4. graduated from Ateneo de Manila University in 1981 with a Bachelor's Degree in Economic Assistant of the Executive Director of Philippine Business for Social Progress Assistant Retail Sales Supervisor. August 6. 2010. Aquino signed Executive Order No. 3.2007 Senator (14th Congress). 20072010 2010 present • Benigno Simeon Cojuangco Aquino III • • July 30. 2004 . 2010. Central Azucarera de Tarlac Congressman representing the second district of Tarlac(11th Congres). signed by former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on May 28. 1998 .2004. 2001 .
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