On January 21, 1961, Senator Ferdinand E. Marcos was elected president of the Liberal Party at a convention held in a cabaret in Santa Ana, Manila, after having withdrawn his candidacy for the party's presidential nomination.
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On November 30, 1863, Andres Bonifacio, the Father of the Philippine Revolution and one of the founders of the Katipunan, was born in the present day Tondo, Manila to Santiago Bonifacio and Catalina de Castro.
November 29, 1898, the Revolutionary Government of General Emilio Aguinaldo, Proclaimed the Separation of Church and State
Article 5 of the Constitution states, “The State recognizes the freedom and equality of all beliefs, as well as the separation of Church and State.”
November 24, 1972, Marcos Invited Business Leaders to a Dialogue in Malacañang to Reform the Private Sector
On November 24, 1972, President Ferdinand Marcos, invited the lords and ladies of Philippine business to the Maharlika Hall in Malacañang Palace to a dialogue to reform the private sector.
November 24, 1900, Otis Telegraphed Washington that the Claim to Government by the Filipinos can be Made no Longer
On November 24, 1900, General Otis telegraphed Washington that the claim to government by the "insurgents can be made no longer under any fiction".
November 24, 1892, the 195-kilometer Long Railway Line from Manila to Dagupan in Pangasinan was Inaugurated
In 1891 the Ferrocaril opened its first commercial line to Bagbag in Pangasinan. Barely a year after the opening of the first commercial line to Bagbag, the entire line from Manila to Dagupan is completed and put to commercial operations. The total length of the line was 195.4 kilometers. It was inaugurated on November 24, 1892. Through it, the means of travel and communications in Luzon was improved greatly.
November 23, 1898, A Commission was Formed to Heighten the Awareness of the Western World on the Capacity of the Filipinos to Govern Themselves
On November 23, 1898, a commission of 10 members, presided over by Felipe Agoncillo, was formed in a move to launch an information blitz to heighten the awareness of the […]
Pedro de Sarrio was Appointed governor (ad interim) for the second time, November 22, 1787, on departure of Jose Basco y Vargas who asked to be relieved because of the opposition of the Audencia to his policies. Basco left the Philippines for Spain with the King's permission in the latter part of November 1787.