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  Philippines
Institutions
  President  Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. 0 22 +30.84%
  Vice President  Sara Duterte-Carpio 1 22 +43.71%
  Senate  Nacionalista 0 22 +0.00%
  House of Representatives  PDP–Laban 0 22 +0.96%
Province
 Abra    
 Agusan del Norte    
 Agusan del Sur    
 Aklan    
 Albay    
 Antique    
 Apayao    
 Aurora    
 Basilan    
 Bataan    
 Batanes    
 Batangas    
 Benguet    
 Biliran    
 Bohol    
 Bukidnon    
 Bulacan    
 Cagayan    
 Camarines Norte    
 Camarines Sur    
 Camiguin    
 Capiz    
 Catanduanes    
 Cavite    
 Cebu    
 Compostela Valley    
 Cotabato    
 Davao del Norte    
 Davao del Sur    
 Davao Oriental    
 Dinagat Islands    
 Eastern Samar    
 Guimaras    
 Ifugao    
 Ilocos Norte    
 Ilocos Sur    
 Iloilo    
 Isabela    
 Kalinga    
 La Union    
 Laguna    
 Lanao de Norte    
 Lanao de Sur    
 Leyte    
 Maguindanao    
 Marinduque    
 Masbate    
 Mindoro Occidental    
 Mindoro Oriental    
 Misamis Occidental    
 Misamis Oriental    
 Mountain    
 Negros Occidental    
 Negros Oriental    
 Northern Samar    
 Nueva Ecija    
 Nueva Vizcaya    
 Palawan    
 Pampanga    
 Pangasinan    
 Quezon    
 Quirino    
 Rizal    
 Romblon    
 Samar    
 Sarangani    
 Shariff Kabunsuan    
 Siquijor    
 Sorsogon    
 South Cotabato    
 Southern Leyte    
 Sultan Kudarat    
 Sulu    
 Surigao del Norte    
 Surigao del Sur    
 Tarlac    
 Tawi-Tawi    
 Zambales    
 Zamboanga del Norte    
 Zamboanga del Sur    
 Zamboanga Sibugay    
Provincial Chartered City
 Angeles    
 Bacolod    
 Bago    
 Baguio    
 Bais    
 Basilan City    
 Batangas City    
 Butuan    
 Cabanatuan    
 Cadiz    
 Cagayan de Oro    
 Calbayog    
 Caloocan    
 Canlaon    
 Cavite City    
 Cebu City    
 Cotabato    
 Dagupan    
 Danao    
 Dapitan    
 Davao City    
 Dipolog    
 Dumaguete    
 General Santos    
 Gingoog    
 Iligan    
 Iloilo City    
 Laoag    
 Lapu-Lapu    
 Legaspi    
 Lipa    
 Lucena    
 Mandaue    
 Manila    
 Marawi    
 Naga    
 Olongapo    
 Ormoc    
 Oroquieta    
 Oroquieta    
 Ozamis    
 Pagadian    
 Palayan    
 Pasay    
 Puerto Princesa    
 Quezon City    
 Roxas    
 San Carlos of Negros Occidental    
 San Carlos of Pangasinan    
 San Jose    
 San Pablo    
 Silay    
 Surigao    
 Tacloban    
 Tagaytay    
 Tagbilaran    
 Tangub    
 Toledo    
 Trece Martires    
 Zamboanga    


Neighbors
Oceans / Seas / Gulfs
Celebes Sea  
Philippine Sea  
South China Sea  
Sulu Sea  

Country DETAILS
Parents  
Websitehttp://www.gov.ph/
Established June 12, 1898
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorGerald Farinas
Last ModifiedIndyGeorgia April 24, 2016 09:54pm
Description Republic of the Philippines
Republika ng Pilipinas

The Philippines is the third largest English speaking country in the world. An Asian archipelago discovered in 1521 by Ferdinand Magellan, its 7,107 islands stretch from South China to Borneo in the Pacific Ocean. The capital city is in Manila in the north. There are three main geographical areas: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Densely populated, the Philippines is home to 85 million people dispersed among 73 provinces and 61 provincial chartered cities, which are independent of provinces.

The country is heavily westernized - Spanish architecture, prevalence of Christianity and an American-fashioned government. It is the oldest democracy in Asia led by a President and bicameral Congress.

Filipinos are diverse in ethnicity. There is no "true Filipino," except for indigenous valley tribes. Most Filipinos are of Spanish, Italian, French and Dutch in origin, related to colonial settlers from all over Europe, especially from Spain. There are also large numbers of Chinese, Malay and Arabian descendants.

Philippines has a modern Amred Forces of over 106,000 soldiers in the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard. The country's armed forces coordinates with the United States Department of Defense in a special relationship. Philippines is the former host of several American bases which included Clark and Subic.

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VOTER REGISTRATION

MEDIA
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Newspaper Balita News 
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EVENTS
Start Date End Date Type Title Contributor
May 09, 2016 09:00am May 09, 2016 09:00am General Election Philippines General Election  IndyGeorgia 
May 08, 2022 05:00pm May 09, 2022 06:00am General Election Philippines General Election  IndyGeorgia 

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NEWS
Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Sep 12, 2017 11:00am Rule Change Duterte drug war: Philippines cuts rights body's budget to $20  Article RP 
Oct 15, 2012 07:40pm News Philippines Gov't, MILF sign Bangsamoro framework agreement  Article J.R. 
Aug 19, 2010 07:10pm Blog Entry Filipino Politician's Slogan: “I’ll do my best but I can’t promise anything.”  Article Homegrown Democrat 
Nov 17, 2009 12:00am Announcement Pacquiao's next fight: Congress in 2010  Article Jason 
Nov 13, 2009 03:25am News Making peace with the MILF  Article Homegrown Democrat 
Jun 07, 2009 01:00pm News Air Force pounds MILF lairs with rockets   Article Homegrown Democrat 

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