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R.A. 1425

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Louise Gerald Domingo

on 29 April 2014

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Transcript of R.A. 1425

What is Rizal Law?
-Republic Act 1425, known as Rizal Law, mandates all educational institutions in the Philippines to offer courses about Jose Rizal.
History
Senator Claro M. Recto was the author of the Rizal Bill.

Senator Jose P. Laurel sponsored the law.

June 12, 1956, Pres. Ramon Magsaysay signed the law as Republic Act 1425
Objectives of the Law
Enrich the minds of the youth about the history of the Philippines.
The study of Rizal’s works should be implemented by the government.
To appreciate Rizal’s ideals and teachings in relation to the present conditions of our country and apply in current social problems/issues.
To foster the development of the Filipino Youth.
R.A. 1425
Rizal Law

Contents of the Law
Section 1: Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo must be the original copy.

Section 2: School libraries should have sufficient copy.

Section 3: Board of National Education must handle the translation of Rizal’s works.

Section 4: This act does not alter the section 927 of the administrative code in prohibiting any persons engaged in any public schools to discuss religious doctrines.

Section 5: The authorized amount of 300,000 pesos is enough to pursue and implement the purpose of this act according to National Treasury.

Section 6: This act must be implemented right after its approval.
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