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RAMON MAGSAYSAY

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Transcript of RAMON MAGSAYSAY

30 December 1953 – 17 March 1957 Ramón del Fierro Magsaysay BIOGRAPHY 7th President of the Philippines
3rd President of the Third Republic SOCIAL LAWS AND PROGRAMS ECONOMICAL POLITICAL SOCIO-CULTURAL ECONOMICAL ECONOMICAL ECONOMICAL SOCIO-CULTURAL SOCIO-CULTURAL SOCIO-CULTURAL SOCIO-CULTURAL POLITICAL POLITICAL POLITICAL POLITICAL ISSUES CONTROVERSIES SOCIO-CULTURAL ECONOMIC POLITICAL BACKGROUND PRIMARY PROBLEMS Agrarian reform ECONOMIC PROGRAM #profile view

Land Reform Problems

Hukbalahap Rebellion

Lack of funding for the rehabilitation of the Philippines from the damages from World War 2 PROGRAMS To amplify and stabilize the functions of the Economic Development Corps (EDCOR) The establishment of the
National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration (NARRA) The Agricultural Credit and Cooperative Administration (ACCFA). Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) Laurel-Langley Agreement a trade agreement between the Philippines and the United States. This was an agreement between the two countries, obligating the Japanese government to pay $800 million as reparation for war damages in the Philippines ISSUES and CONTROVERSIES Corruption among cabinet members and the endless attempts to bribe the president were the most common issues of that time where corruptions was very rampant among government officials and President Magsaysay was among the very few who resisted and had zero tolerance against corruption. The president who had zero tolerance for corruption even simple signs of not having a clean government he would put a stop on to it especially with his relatives. Like when his brother planned to start a law firm, the president refused for it will draw shady dealings for the firm will be run by the president’s brother. The End! 2. Republic Act No. 1199
(Agricultural Tenancy Act of 1954) 1. Republic Act No. 1160 of 1954 3. Republic Act No. 1400
(Land Reform Act of 1955) 4. Republic Act No. 821
(Creation of Agricultural Credit Cooperative Financing Administration)
5. Reparation Agreement 6. Bell Trade Act of 1946 into the
Laurel-Langley Agreement 7. Agricultural Commodities Agreement
with the U.S. (1957)
8. Anti-subversion Law ACCOMPLISHMENTS - He brought back the people's trust to the military and to the government. - His administration was considered one of the cleanest and most corruption-free. - His presidency was cited as the
Philippines' Golden Years - Trade and industry flourished - The Philippine military was at its prime, and the Filipino people were given international recognition in sports, culture and foreign affairs. - The Philippines ranked second in Asia's clean and well-governed countries. Benigno Aquino, Jr. was appointed to act as personal emissary to Luis Taruc. Other Programs: Vast irrigation project.
Enhancement of the Ambuklao Power plan
He also tried to rehabilitate the Huks by offering vocational training and loans to aid in establishing small businesses.
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