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  • I, Joseph Ejercito Estrada, President of the Republic of the Philippines, with the nation, the world, and God as my witness, do hereby reaffirm my unwavering
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  • reach the conclusions he desires. In the speeches he delivered in his campaign for the Vice-Presidency he likened the Filipinos fighting for the independence
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  • Constitution of the Philippines. Provisional Constitution of the Philippines  (1897)  145792Provisional Constitution of the Philippines1897
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  • Elpidio Quirino's Inaugural Remarks (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    Republic Act No. 8293 or Section 176 of the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines). All official Philippine texts of a legislative, administrative,
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  • Carlos P. Garcia's Inaugural Remarks (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    too well that the position of president of the Philippines carries with it tremendous responsibilities. Nevertheless, with the aid of Divine Providence
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  • MANILA BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 310 Prescribing the Design and Use of the Coat-of-Arms, Seal, and Flag of the President
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  • Corazon Aquino's Inaugural Address (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    dedicated to the protection and meaningful fulfillment of the people's rights and liberties. We were exiles in our land — we, Filipinos, who are at home
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  • successor, the Vice President, to assume the Presidency. Resignation is a legitimate constitutional option for effecting leadership change. Given the crisis
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  • Manuel L. Quezon's Second Inaugural Address (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    took my oath of office as first President of the Philippines under the most favorable auspices. The Philippines was at peace and the Filipino people were
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  • Philippines 8099CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Philippines                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is a snapshot of the
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  • Emilio Aguinaldo's Inaugural Address (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    work. From this date, the Philippines will have a National Code to the just and wise precepts of which we, each and every one of us, owe blind obedience
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  • the Philippines. We have traveled far since then. On that year and hour when I first assumed the presidency, we found a government at the brink of disaster
    7 KB (1,242 words) - 09:21, 19 June 2011
  • Philippines—McKinley's Reëlection to Office—The Troubles in China—Capture of Tien-Tsin 261 CHAPTER XXVIII Relief of the Legations in Pekin—The President's
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  • Sergio Osmeña's Inaugural Remarks (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    one of the sad paradoxes of fate that with forces of victory fast approaching the Philippines, he should pass away now and be deprived of seeing the culmination
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Philippine Islands (category EB1911:Countries:Asia:Philippines)
    PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, or The Philippines, an archipelago belonging to the United States of America, situated about 500 m. off the S.E. coast of Asia between 4°
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  • Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's First Inaugural Address (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    the other senators; Speaker Noli Fuentebella and the other congressmen; the Filipino of the year 2001, Chief Justice Davide; other officials of the Philippine
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  • Constitution of the Philippines. Constitution of the Philippines  (1899)  205431Constitution of the Philippines1899 CONSTITUTION OF THE PHILIPPINE
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  • Fidel Ramos' Inaugural Address (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    AddressFidel V. Ramos1992 "To Win the Future" Over the last 94 years, eleven Filipino leaders before me have enacted this ceremony of democratic transition. which
    13 KB (2,163 words) - 10:02, 19 June 2011
  • independence of the Philippines in the near future; in 1914 he declared in favour of woman suffrage. He resigned the presidency of Cornell University in
    1 KB (223 words) - 19:09, 2 August 2012
  • Ferdinand Marcos' First Inaugural Address (category Philippine Presidency Inaugural Addresses)
    Marcos 10th President of the Philippines "Mandate for Greatness" 226092First Inaugural Address — 10th President of the Philippines "Mandate for Greatness"
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