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The Fifth Republic Presidents of the Philippines
Transcript of The Fifth Republic Presidents of the Philippines
Fifth Republic Corazon "Cory" Aquino > the first woman president in the
Philippines > the first President of the fifth republic > the first one to have ascended into power under circumstances different among other elected Presidents. Achievements > promulgated the freedom constitution on March 25, 1986 Economic Stabilization > government assistance to local and foreign businessmen and investors > inequalities and distortions of monopolism and cronyism were corrected Education > RA No. 665 - Free secondary education for public schools >budget allocation increased from P197 - P^42 per Filipino Health > Generics Act of 1988 >DOH implemented full immunization of over a million infants NRDP > National Reconciliation and Development Program Achievements Human Rights Condition > signed EO No. 163 creating the Commission on Human Rights on May 5, 1987. > abolition of death penalty CARP > distributed 1.96M hectares to one million farmer-beneficiaries Fidel V. Ramos > sworn into office on June 30, 1992 by Supreme Court Justice Andres Narvasa at the Rizal Park Freedom Grandstand. > the only non-Catholic president > only career professional soldier, and the oldest among the presidents. > the "tiger president" of the Philippines Philippines 2000 Investment on people National Stability and Unity Poverty Alleviation Employment and Housing El Nino Task Force Education for All Joseph "Erap" Estrada > real name is Joseph Marcelo Ejercito > came from an old rich family in San Juan > was not able to obtain a college degree > at age 25, entered show business and was know "ERAP" National Anti-Poverty Commission >the launching of the Enhanced Retail Access for the Poor, or ERAP sari-sari stores, and the National Food Authority's rolling stores;
>implementation of several programs on food security to ensure adequate food in areas stricken by the El Niño phenomenon;
>the rebound of the agriculture sector, and;
the forging of a food covenant among provincial governors which aims to ensure the country's self-sufficiency in rice by 2001, corn by 2002 and fish by 2003. >the implementation of the livelihood programs in barangays through backyard enterprises;
>a crackdown on criminal syndicates victimizing squatters, especially in Malabon and Navotas;
>the implementation of a campaign against illegal forms of fishing, and;
>the release of P7.5 billion in low-interest credit for the poor. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo >became president by virtue of People Power 2 > She was the country's second female president (after Corazon Aquino), and the daughter of former President Diosdado Macapagal Program thrust > asset reform >full provision of human development services >participation of the poor in governance and instituion building >security and protection from violence >increasing socioeconomic opportunities for the poor