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Philippine Presidents

  1. 1. PHILIPPINEPRESIDENTs
  2. 2. Emilio Aguinaldo yFamy FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES 1898 – 1901
  3. 3. Personal InformationEmilio Aguinaldo y Born : March 22, 1869 Birth Place : Kawit, Cavite Father : Carlos Aguinaldo (Gobernadorcillo) Mother : Trinidad Famy Wife : Hilaria del Rosario Dona Maria AgoncilloFamy Died : February 6, 1964 Cause of Death : Heart Failure
  4. 4. Emilio Aguinaldo y Educational Background Elementrary : Pambayang Paaralan ng Kawit High School : Colegio de San Juan de LetranFamy
  5. 5. Emilio Aguinaldo y Political Affiliations Mayor of Cavite Viejo Local Leader of KatipunanFamy Freemasonry
  6. 6. Emilio Aguinaldo y Presidency  Setting of Malolos RepulicFamy  Resisted American Occupation  Lead the struggle against the US forces
  7. 7. Emilio Aguinaldo y Philippine Independence Day (June 12, 1898) LegacyFamy
  8. 8. Head of the Magdalo Group of the Katipunan in CaviteEmilio Aguinaldo y Joined the Masonry Association (whose members include Jose Rizal, Apolinario Mabini, Juan Luna, Marcelo del Pilar and Graciano Jaena) which aimed at improving the economic condition of the country. Designed the Flag of the Philippines which was hoisted at the veranda of his house in Kawit, Cavite on June 12, 1898.Famy Trivia
  9. 9. Manuel Luis Quezon yMolina FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINE COMMONWEALTH Nov. 15, 1935 – Aug. 1, 1944
  10. 10. PersonalManuel Luis Quezon y Information Born : August 19, 1878 Birth Place : Baler Wife : Aurora Aragon (first Cousin) Child : Maria Aurora Maria Zenaida Luisa Corazon Paz Manuel Quezon Jr.Molina Died : August 1, 1944 Cause of Death : Tuborculosis
  11. 11. Manuel Luis Quezon y Educational Background High School : Colegio de San Juan de Letran Law School : University of Santo TomasMolina
  12. 12. Manuel Luis Quezon y Political Affiliations Provincial fiscal of Mindoro and Tayabas Governor of Tayabas (1905 and 1907) First AssemblymanMolina Resident Commissioner to the US
  13. 13.  Solve problems inherited from Spanish and American AdministrationsManuel Luis Quezon y  Political Stability  National Defense Presidency  Strengthen Economy that dependent upon the USMolina  Fought graft and corruption in the government
  14. 14. Manuel Luis Quezon y Making Pilipino as the National Language Establish Commonwealth Government Fully independent Republic of the Philippines (1946) LegacyMolina
  15. 15. Manuel Luis Quezon y According to him, he would prefer a worst government run by Filipinos to an ideal government run by Americans. Initiated the official use of the national language through the Commonwealth Law No. 570. Ama ng Wikang Pambansa The first Filipino Leader to reside at the Malacañang Palace.Molina Trivia
  16. 16. Jose Paciano Laurel yGarcia PRESIDENT OF JAPANESE SPONSORED REPUBLIC Oct. 14, 1943 – Aug. 15, 1945
  17. 17. Personal InformationJose Paciano Laurel y Born : March 9, 1891 Birth Place : Tanauan, Batangas Father : Sotero Laurel Mother : Jacoba Garcia Wife : Pacencia Hidalgo Child : Jose B. Laurel Jr. Salvador P. LaurelGarcia Sotero H. Laurel Died : August 1, 1944
  18. 18. Jose Paciano Laurel y Educational Background Law School : University of the Philippines (1915) University : Escuela de Derecho (1919) University : Yale University (1920)Garcia
  19. 19. Jose Paciano Laurel y Political Affiliations Justice Supreme Court (1936) Philippine Senate (1925)Garcia
  20. 20. Jose Paciano Laurel y  Sponsorship of the Bill of Rights of the Constitution  Advocacy of Women’s Suffrage PresidencyGarcia
  21. 21. Jose Paciano Laurel y Author of a book about law, the Constitutional Law of the Philippines. One of the so-called Seven Wise Men who studied the Constitution. Founded the Lyceum of the Philippines in Intramuros and the Philippine Banking Corporation.Garcia Trivia
  22. 22. Sergio Osmeña, Sr. ySuico SECOND PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINE COMMONWEALTH Aug. 1, 1944 – May 27, 1946
  23. 23. Personal InformationSergio Osmeña, Sr. y Born : September 9, 1878 Birth Place : Cebu City Mother : Juana Osmeña y Suico Child : Sergio Osmeña Sr. Died : October 19, 1961Suico
  24. 24. Sergio Osmeña, Sr. y Educational Background University : University of San Carlos (1892) University : San Juan de Letran CollegeSuico
  25. 25. Sergio Osmeña, Sr. y Political Affiliations Editor of Cebu newspaper “El Nuevo Dia” (1900) Fiscal of Cebu and Negros Oriental Governor of Cebu (1904 and 1906)Suico Speaker of the 1st Philippine Assembly Senator (1922)
  26. 26. Sergio Osmeña, Sr. y Founder of the Nationalist Party (Partido Nacionalista) Founded and edited a nationalistic newspaper with Jaime de Veyra and Rafael Palma. The oldest to become president in the history of the Philippines at the age of 67.Suico Trivia
  27. 27. Manuel Roxas yAcuña FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE THIRD REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES July 4, 1946 – April 15, 1948
  28. 28. Personal InformationManuel Roxas y Born : January 1, 1892 Birth Place : Roxas City, Capiz Father : Gerardo Roxas Mother : Rosario Acuña Died : April 15, 1948Acuña Cause of Death : Heart Failure
  29. 29. EducationalManuel Roxas y Background Elementary : Pampublikong Paaralan ng Capiz College of St. Joseph in Hongkong Law School : University of the PhilippinesAcuña
  30. 30. Manuel Roxas y Political Affiliations Private Secretary to Chief Justice Cayetano Arellano Member of Capiz Municipal councilAcuña Governor of Capiz (1919 – 1921) Congressman (1922) Senator (1941)
  31. 31.  Graft and CorruptionManuel Roxas y  Abuse of Military Police resulting to the rise of Hukbalahap (Hukbong Bayan Laban sa mga Hapon) PresidencyAcuña  Bell Trade Act  War Damage Act  Parity Amendment in the Constitution
  32. 32. Elpidio Quirino yRivera SECOND PRESIDENT OF THE THIRD REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES April 17, 1948 – Nov. 10, 1953
  33. 33. Personal InformationElpidio Quirino y Born : November 16, 1890 Birth Place : Vigan, Ilocos Sur Father : Mariano Quirino Mother : Gregoria Rivera Wife : Alicia SyquiaRivera Died : February 29, 1956 Cause of Death : Heart Failure
  34. 34. EducationalElpidio Quirino y Background High School : Vigan High School High School : Manila High School (1911)Rivera Law School : University of the Philippines
  35. 35. Elpidio Quirino y Political Affiliations Representative of Ilocos Sur (1919) Senator (1925)Rivera Secretary of Finance Secretary of the Interior in the Commonwealth Gov. Vice President Secretary of Foreign Affairs
  36. 36. Two (2) Objectives:  Regain faith and confidence in the governmentElpidio Quirino y  Restore peace and order Presidency  Growth of Industrial venturesRivera  Expanding irrigation  Improving road system  Setting up the Central Bank and Rural Banking
  37. 37. Elpidio Quirino y RP – US Mutual Defense Treaty ( August 30, 1951)Rivera Legacy
  38. 38. Elpidio Quirino y Architect of National EconomyRivera Trivia
  39. 39. Ramon Magsaysay y deFierro THIRD PRESIDENT OF THE THIRD REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINE Dec. 30, 1953 – March 17, 1957
  40. 40. PersonalRamon Magsaysay y de Information Born : August 31, 1907 Birth Place : Vigan, Ilocos Sur Father : Exequiel Magsaysay Mother : Perfecta del Fierro Died : March 17, 1957 Cause of Death : Accident - AirplaneFierro
  41. 41. Ramon Magsaysay y de Educational Background High School : Zambales Academy University : University of the Philippines University : Commerce, Jose Rizal College (1933)Fierro
  42. 42.  Opened Malacanang to publicRamon Magsaysay y de  Built artesian wells and roads  Agricultural Tenancy Act of 1954 PresidencyFierro
  43. 43. Ramon Magsaysay y de 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. LegacyFierro
  44. 44. Ramon Magsaysay y de Founded the Guerilla Forces of Western Luzon after the Fall of Bataan and Corregidor. Received the Man of the Year Award in 1951. Champion of the Masses. According to him, those who have less in life should have more in law.Fierro Trivia
  45. 45. Carlos Garcia yPolistico FOURTH PRESIDENT OF THE THIRD REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES March 18, 1957 – Dec. 30, 1961
  46. 46. Personal InformationCarlos Garcia y Born : November 4, 1896 Birth Place : Talibon, Bohol Father : Policronio Gracia Mother : Ambrosia PolisticoPolistico Died : June 14, 1971 Cause of Death : Heart Failure
  47. 47. Educational BackgroundCarlos Garcia y High School : Cebu Provincial High SchoolPolistico University : Siliman University, Dumaguete City Law School : Philippine Law School (1932) Teacher : Bohol Provincial High School
  48. 48. Carlos Garcia y Political Affiliations School TeacherPolistico Governor of Bohol Senator (1941) Bohol Rep. in the National Assembly (1952) Vice President Secretary of Foreign Affairs
  49. 49.  Austerity Program  Filipino First PolicyCarlos Garcia y  Economic Independence  Bohlem-Serrano Agreement PresidencyPolistico
  50. 50. Carlos Garcia y Joined the Guerilla Forces who fought the Japanese during the Second World War. The noisiest and expensive in Philippine historyPolistico Trivia
  51. 51. Diosdado Macapagal yPangan FIFTH PRESIDENT OF THE THIRD REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINE Dec. 30, 1961 – Dec. 30, 1965
  52. 52. PersonalDiosdado Macapagal y Information Born : September 28, 1910 Father : Urbano Macapagal Mother : Romana Pangan Wife : Purita de la Rosa Evangelina Macaraeg Child : Gloria Macapagal - ArroyoPangan Died : April 21, 1997 Cause of Death : Heart Failure
  53. 53. EducationalDiosdado Macapagal y Background Law School : University of Santo Tomas (1936)Pangan
  54. 54. Diosdado Macapagal y Political Affiliations Chief of the Legal Division of the Department of Foreign Affairs Second Secretary in the Philippine EmbassyPangan Congressman of 1st District in Pampanga (1953) Vice President (1958)
  55. 55.  Stability of Philippine CurrencyDiosdado Macapagal y  Initiation of a Socio-economic program  Agrarian Reform  Agricultural Land Reform Code ( Aug. 1963) PresidencyPangan  Exports  Combat misdeeds in government  Curb income tax evasion
  56. 56. Diosdado Macapagal y Resetting the date of celebration of Philippine Independence Day from July 4 to June 12. Founded Land Bank of the PhilippinesPangan Legacy
  57. 57. Diosdado Macapagal y He was tagged "The Incorruptible" because of his strict campaign against corruption.Pangan Trivia
  58. 58. Ferdinand Marcos yEdralin FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE FOURTH REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINE Dec. 30, 1965 – Feb. 25, 1986
  59. 59. Personal InformationFerdinand Marcos y Born : September 11, 1917 Father : Mariano P. Marcos Mother : Josea Edralin Wife : Imelda Marcos Child : Maris Imelda Marcos Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Ma. Victoria Irene MarcosEdralin Died : September 28, 1989 Cause of Death : Kidney failure
  60. 60. EducationalFerdinand Marcos y Background High School : Preparatory High School of the University of the Philippines Law School : University of the PhilippinesEdralin
  61. 61. Ferdinand Marcos y Political Affiliations Philippine Senate (1959)Edralin Congressman
  62. 62. Ordered the making of several irrigation systems in the countryside and promoted the miracle rice nationwide.Ferdinand Marcos y Suspended the Writ of Habeas Corpus on August 21, 1971 During Martial Law, Bagong Lipunan was born. PresidencyEdralin Revitalization of judiciary Developed personality cult Fight against smuggling
  63. 63. Ferdinand Marcos y Martial Law (1972) People Power Revolution (1986)Edralin Legacy
  64. 64. Ferdinand Marcos y Popularized the slogan “This country will be great again”.Edralin Trivia
  65. 65. Corazon Aquino yCojuangco FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE FIFTH REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES Feb. 25, 1986 – June 30, 1992
  66. 66. Personal Information Born : January 25, 1933Corazon Aquino y Father : Jose Conjuangco Sr. Husband : Benigno Aquino Child : Benigno Aquino III Ma. Elena Aquino CruzCojuangco Kristina Aquino Victoria Elisa Aquino Dee Aurora Corazon Aquino Died : September 28, 1989 Cause of Death : Cancer - Colon
  67. 67. Educational BackgroundCorazon Aquino y High School : Ravenhill Academy, Philipedia, PA High School : Notre Dame Convent School,Cojuangco N.Y. University : BA French, Mount St. Vincent Collage N.Y. (1953) University : Far Eastern University
  68. 68.  Transitional Constitution  Restored presidential form of government  Bicameral Congress  Creation of Autonomous regions in the Cordilleras and Muslim MindanaoCorazon Aquino y  Agrarian Reform Law PresidencyCojuangco  CARP  Administrative Code of 1987  Family Code of 1987
  69. 69. EDSA RevolutionCorazon Aquino y Restoration of DemocracyCojuangco Legacy
  70. 70. Corazon Aquino y Named Woman of the Year by Time Magazine. Awarded the Gawad Eleanor Roosevelt for Human RightsCojuangco Trivia
  71. 71. Fidel ramos yValdez SECOND PRESIDENT OF THE FIFTH REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINE June 30, 1992 – June 30, 1998
  72. 72. Personal InformationFidel ramos y Born : March 18, 1928 Birth Place : Lingayen, Pangasinan Father : Narciso RamosValdez Mother : Angela Valdez Wife : Amelita Martinez
  73. 73. Educational BackgroundFidel ramos y University : US Military Academy, West Point (1950)Valdez University : Civil Engineering, University of Illinois University : MBA, Ateneo de Manila University (1980)
  74. 74. Fidel ramos y Political Affiliations Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of theValdez Philippines in 1986. Cabinet Secretary, Department of National Defense, (1988.) Vice-Chairman, Regional Development of Region 9.
  75. 75.  Five Point Program : Peace and stability Economic growth and sustainable development Energy and Power Generation Environmental ProtectionFidel ramos y Streamline Democracy PresidencyValdez  People Empowerment : Economic growth Social Equity National Solidarity  Philippine 2000  NUC (National Unification Commission)
  76. 76. Fidel ramos y EVAT (Expanded Value Added Tax)Valdez Legacy
  77. 77. Fidel ramos y He founded the Special Forces of the Philippine Army.Valdez Trivia
  78. 78. Joseph Ejercito Estrada yMarcelo THIRD PRESIDENT OF THE FIFTH REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINE 1998 - 2001
  79. 79. PersonalJoseph Ejercito Estrada y Information Born : April 19, 1937 Birth Place : Manila Father : Emilio Ejercito Mother : Maria MarceloMarcelo Wife : Dr. Luisa “Loi” Pimentel
  80. 80. Joseph Ejercito Estrada y Educational Background University : Ateneo de Manila University University : Mapua Institute of TechnologyMarcelo
  81. 81. Joseph Ejercito Estrada y Political Affiliations Mayor of San Juan for 17 yearsMarcelo Philippine Senate (1987) Vice President (1992-1998)
  82. 82.  Currency fell  Budget deficit grewJoseph Ejercito Estrada y  Unemployment worsen  Help the poor  Develop the agricultural sector PresidencyMarcelo  Angat Pinoy 2004  NAPC (National Anti Poverty Commission)  Clean Air Act (Republic Act no. 8749)  Farmer’s Trust Fund (Executive Order 151)
  83. 83. Founder and President, ERAP Para saJoseph Ejercito Estrada y Mahirap Foundation Founder and President, Movie Workers Welfare Foundation, Inc.Marcelo Legacy
  84. 84. Joseph Ejercito Estrada y Awarded Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) for Public Service by the Philippine Jaycees in 1972. Popularized the slogan Erap Para sa Mahirap.Marcelo Trivia
  85. 85. Gloria Arroyo yMacapagal FOURTH PRESIDENT OF THE FIFTH REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES 2001- 2010
  86. 86. Personal Information Born : April 5, 1947 Birth Place : San JuanGloria Arroyo y Father : Diosdado Macapagal Mother : Evangelina MacaraegMacapagal Husband : Jose Miguel Tuason Arroyo Child : Juan Miguel Evangelina Lourdes Diosdado Ignacio Jose Maria
  87. 87. Educational BackgroundGloria Arroyo y Primary : Assumption Convent High School; 1954- 1960 Secondary : Assumption Convent HS; 1960-1964; ValedictorianMacapagal Secondary : Assumption Convent HS; 1960-1964; Valedictorian Tertiary : Georgetown University, 1964-66, AB Economics; Dean’s Lister Assumption College, 1968, AB Economics Magna cum Laude
  88. 88. Gloria Arroyo y Political AffiliationsMacapagal Assistant secretary, Department of Trade and Industry. Assistant Secretary and Governor, Committee on Investments (1986)
  89. 89. SUSTAINED ECONOMIC GROWTH  Her government faced a fiscal crisis because of the continued increase in the price of oil in the world market and the worsening economy.  Her administration was faced with damages to properties caused by strong typhoons Unding, Violeta, Winnie and Yoyong which brought about floods and great havoc to crops and infrastractures in severalGloria Arroyo y provinces like Aurora PresidencyMacapagal  Under her rein, truck driver Angelo dela Cruz and accountant Robert Tarongoy were taken hostages in Iraq and also United Nations volunteer Angelito Nayan in Afghanistan.
  90. 90. Tagged by Asiaweek Magazine as one of the Most Powerful Women in Asia.Gloria Arroyo y Voted Outstanding Senator of the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines.Macapagal Authored 55 bills on economic and social reforms. Trivia
  91. 91. Benigno Simeon Aquino FIFTH PRESIDENT OF THE FIFTH REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINESIII 2010- present
  92. 92. PersonalBenigno Simeon Aquino Information Born : February 8, 1960 Birth Place : Tarlac Father : Beningno S. Aquino, Jr. Mother : Corazon Cojuangco AquinoIII
  93. 93. Benigno Simeon Aquino Educational Background Education: Ateneo de Manila EconomicsIII
  94. 94. Benigno Simeon Aquino Political Affiliations Liberal Party Congressman, 1998 - 2007 Senator, 2007 - 2010III
  95. 95. SUSTAINED ECONOMIC GROWTH Formed the Truth CommissionBenigno Simeon Aquino  K-12 education  4 PS - Pantawid-Pangkabuhayan sa Pamilyang Pilipino  Pantawid Pampasada Presidency  Daang MatuwidIII
  96. 96. Run for presidency not because he chose toBenigno Simeon Aquino be, but because he was compelled to do so after his mother’s death. The third president who did not reside in Malacañang, the first president to reside in Bahay Pangarap The third president to use his second name as a middle nameIII Trivia
  97. 97. http://www.wikipedia.com http://www.wikipilipinas.com http://www.etravelpilipinas.com/about_phili ppines/philippine_presidents.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benigno_Aqui no_IIIReferences http://travelman1971.hubpages.com/hub/P olitics-Watch-on-Philippines-Achievements- of-President-Noynoy-Aquino-for-2010-2011 http://malacanang.gov.ph/presidents/fifth- republic/benigno-aquino-iii/

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