Mar 21, 2016

PHILIPPINE ELECTION 2016

GOOD MORNING ! Irgumates kamusta na kayo,  malapit na ang Election 2016 sa ating bansang Pilipinas
Para sa akin ayos lang na pag Igruhan natin ang mga tatakbong Mayor sa ating bayan. Ang nais ko lamang ay maging OBJECTIVE tayo sa pag KUMENTO o pag PUNA sa ating mga kandidato, hane. . . .BASTA SA IGAGANDA NG ATING BAYAN HA. O SIGE .. GOD BLESS!

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Mar 19, 2016

Achievements of Philippine Presidents

Since independence in 1898 and the ratification of the Philippine Constitution in the First Republic, there have been 15 presidents. Starting with General Emilio Aguinaldo all the way to current president Benigno Aquino, this article details each president's particular contributions and achievements while in office.

1. Emilio Aguinaldo 1899-1901

One way to remember the first president of the Philippines First Republic is to look at the five peso coin. Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo's face used to grace the five peso bill (which is not used anymore). The back of the bill shows him holding the Philippine flag at the celebration of the Philippine Independence Day.
Contributions and Achievements:
  • first (and only) president of the First Republic (Malolo Republic)
  • signed the Pact of Biak-na-Bato, creating a truce between the Spanish and Philippine revolutionaries
  • known as the President of the Revolutionary Government
  • led the Philippines in the Spanish-Philippine War and the American-Philippine War
  • youngest president, taking office at age 28
  • longest-lived president, passing away at 94

2. Manuel L. Quezon, 1935-1944

After 34 years of Insular Government under American rule, Philippine voters elected Manuel Luis Quezon first president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines. He is known as the “Father of National Language” (Ama ng Wikang Pambansa). He died of tuberculosis in Saranac Lake, New York.
Contributions and Achievements:
  • first Senate president elected as President of the Philippines
  • first president elected through a national election
  • first president under the Commonwealth
  • created National Council of Education
  • initiated women’s suffrage in the Philippines during the Commonwealth
  • approved Tagalog/Filipino as the national language of the Philippines
  • appears on the twenty-peso bill
  • a province, a city, a bridge and a university in Manila are named after him
  • his body lies within the special monument on Quezon Memorial Circle

3. José P. Laurel, 1943-1945

José P. Laurel's presidency is controversial. He was officially the government's caretaker during the Japanese occupation of World War II. Criticized as a traitor by some, his indictment for treason was superseded later by an amnesty proclamation in 1948.
Contributions and Achievements:
  • since the early 1960s, Laurel considered a legitimate president of the Philippines
  • organized KALIBAPI (Kapisanan sa Paglilingkod sa Bagong Pilipinas, or Association for Service to the New Philippines), a provisional government during Japanese occupation
  • declared Martial Law and war between the Philippines and the U.S./United Kingdom in 1944
  • with his family, established the Lyceum of the Philippines

4. Sergio Osmeña, 1944-1946

Sergio Osmeña was the second president of the Commonwealth. During his presidency, the Philippines joined the International Monetary Fund.
Contributions and Achievements:
  • became president at 65, making him the oldest person to hold office
  • first Visayan to become president
  • joined with U.S. Gen. Douglas McArthur in Leyte on October 20, 1944 to begin restoration of Philippine freedom after Japanese occupation
  • Philippine National Bank was rehabilitated and the country joined the International Monetary Fund during his presidency
  • Bell Trade Act was approved by the U.S. Congress during his presidency
  • appears on the 50-peso bill

5. Manuel Roxas, 1946-1948

Manuel Roxas was the fifth president of the Philippines: the third (and last) president under the Commonwealth, and the first president of the Third Republic of the Philippines. He held office for only one year, 10 months, and 18 days.
Contributions and Achievements:
  • inaugurated as the first president of the new Republic after World War II
  • reconstruction from war damage and life without foreign rule began during his presidency
  • under his term, the Philippine Rehabilitation Act and Philippine Trade Act laws were accepted by Congress
  • appears on the 100-peso bill

6. Elpidio Quirino, 1948-1953

Elpidio Quirino served as vice president under Manuel Roxas. When Roxas died in 1948, Quirino became president.
Contributions and Achievements:
  • Hukbalahap guerrilla movement active during his presidency
  • created Social Security Commission
  • created Integrity Board to monitor graft and corruption
  • Quezon City became capital of the Philippines in 1948 READ MORE
SOURCE: http://hubpages.com/politics/Presidents-of-the-Philippines-and-their-Achievements-and-Contributions

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PRESIDENT CORY AQUINO ACHIEVEMENT

    SUMMARY OF GOVERNANCE
Corazon Aquino became the president of the country because the people believed she was the positive change they needed especially since her husband, Ninoy, who was supposed to be the change for the country, passed away in a gunshot. During her administration, Cory was plagued by coup d’etats by various groups that foreign investors started to pull their investments from the country. That’s why a lot of her efforts were pointed towards disaster management from the various groups and sometimes, her motherly methods such as giving cake worked. She was also linked to controversies such as massacring farmers in Mendiola and holding the land she inherited rather than having it distributed. Despite these problems, The economy still had a positive growth during her term with an average of 3.8% by the end of it. Cory, although wasn’t the best qualified president, still did a pretty good job. Compared to Marcos or Ramos though, it still fell short of what truly makes a spectacular leader which is why she’s rated as average. READ MORE



SOURCE: https://bloomspresidents.wordpress.com/corazon-c-aquino-1986-1992/
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Philippine History - Marcos Administration

The Marcos era and Martial Law (1965-1986)
Diosdado Macapagal ran for reelection in 1965, but was defeated by former party-mate, Senate President Ferdinand E. Marcos, who had switched to the Nacionalista Party. Ferdinand E. Marcos, who succeeded to the presidency after defeating Macapagal in the 1965 elections, inherited the territorial dispute over Sabah; in 1968 he approved a congressional bill annexing Sabah to the Philippines. Malaysia suspended diplomatic relations (Sabah had joined the Federation of Malaysia in 1963), and the matter was referred to the United Nations. (The Philippines dropped its claim to Sabah in 1978.) The Philippines became one of the founding countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in 1967. The continuing need for land reform promoted a new Huk uprising in central Luzon, accompanied by mounting assassinations and acts of terror, and in 1969, Marcos began a major military campaign to control them. Civil war also threatened on Mindanao, where groups of Moros opposed Christian settlement.

As president, Ferdinand Marcos embarked on a massive spending in infrastructural development, such as roads, health centers and schools as well as intensifying tax collection which gave the Philippines a taste of economic prosperity throughout the 1970's. He built more schools than all his predecessors combined.

In Nov., 1969, Marcos won an unparalleled reelection, easily defeating Sergio Osmeña, Jr., but the election was accompanied by violence and charges of fraud, and Marcos’s second term began with increasing civil disorder. However, he was unable to reduce massive government corruption or to create economic growth proportional to population growth. The Communist Party of the Philippines formed the New Peoples Army while the Moro National Liberation Front fought for an independent Mindanao.

In Jan., 1970, some 2,000 demonstrators tried to storm Malacañang Palace, the presidential residence; rebellions erupted against the U.S. embassy. When Pope Paul VI visited Manila in Nov., 1970, an attempt was made on his life. In 1971, at a Liberal party rally, hand grenades were thrown at the speakers’ platform, and several people were killed. President Marcos declared martial law in Sept., 1972, charging that a Communist rebellion threatened. The 1935 constitution was replaced (1973) by a new one that provided the president with direct powers. A plebiscite (July, 1973) gave Marcos the right to remain in office beyond the expiration (Dec., 1973) of his term. Meanwhile the fighting on Mindanao had spread to the Sulu Archipelago. By 1973 some 3,000 people had been killed and hundreds of villages burned. Throughout the 1970s poverty and governmental corruption increased, and Imelda Marcos, Ferdinand’s wife, became more influential. Congress called for a Constitutional Convention in 1970 in response to public cry for a new constitution to replace the colonial 1935 Constitution.

An explosion during the proclamation rally of the senatorial slate of the opposition Liberal Party in Plaza Miranda in Quiapo, Manila on August 21, 1971, prompted Marcos to suspend the writ of habeas corpus hours after the blast, which he restored on January 11, 1972 after public protests.
Martial Law (1972-1981)  

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Population of the Philippines

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Mar 8, 2016

Where to Review for the Very Last Real Estate Brokers’ Exam (February 28, 2016)

The Professional Regulatory Board of Real Estate Service (PRBRES) has released a Resolution dated October 2, 2015 which specifically states that this is the “last and final chance” for non-degree holders of the BS in Real Estate Management (BS REM), that is, both first-timers and repeaters, to take the real estate brokers’ exam on February 28, 2016. I was able to get a copy of the Resolution thanks to the FB page of Netscore. With this Resolution, all those who are interested in taking the real estate brokers’ exam without having to graduate with a BS REM degree, should take action NOW.

Source: http://www.foreclosurephilippines.com/where-to-review-for-the-very-last-real-estate-brokers-exam-february-28-2016/
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No More Excuses – Be A Successful Real Estate Investor!

Robert Kiyosaki, bestselling author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad” often said that “Excuses are the words coming from the loser in you.”. I remember hearing this from one of his audio books some time ago but this has been running through my head often because there have been a lot moments lately where I notice I am making excuses when I am unable to do things which I know are essential in order for me to realize my goal of getting out of the rat race and achieve financial freedom.




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February 2016 Real Estate Brokers Licensure Exam Results Released By The PRC




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