On This Day, June 18

By | June 18, 2019
emilio aguinaldo june 18 1898

Emilio Aguinaldo, June 18, 1898 | Image Credit: @edhistoryph

 

On this day, June 18, in 1898, Philippine President Emilio Aguinaldo issues a decree organizing the municipal and provincial governments in the country and the creation of a  Revolutionary Congress whose members will be elected by the citizens of each province.

It was Aguinaldo’s effort to include a civilian component in his government, in preparation for a shift from a dictatorial to a revolutionary form of government.

 

1948

On this day, June 18, in 1948, Philippine President Elpidio Quirino signed Republic Act  No.305, converting the town of Naga, Camarines Sur into a city. It is now Bicol Region’s only independent component city, the second largest city in the region in terms of population and one of the most livable cities in the country. @EverydayHistoryPH

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