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Speech of His Excellency Fidel V. Gathered here in this sacred spot were some 52 revolutionaries to seek an honorable, just and fair peace with Spain, the colonial master. On the second day of November , the first phase of our revolution came to an end. We were engaged in a struggle for the independence of our people and for our right as a nation and to take its rightful place among the free nations of the world. On this historic site of Biak-na-Bato, where our revolutionary forces were encamped, our forefathers set themselves the task of drafting a Constitution that would enshrine the vision and ideals by which the Filipino nation would live.

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With almost all of Cavite in the hands of the Spaniards, [ Governor General ] Primo de Rivera issued another decree extending the benefit of his pardon beyond May 17, His purpose was to win over the Filipinos to his policy of attraction. A few took advantage of the governor's decree, while the rest continued their resistance against the enemy. Aguinaldo, meanwhile was in Talisay, Batangas where he had established his headquarters. The enemy surrounded the area in the hope of capturing him, but he slipped through the Spanish cordon on June 10 and proceeded with his men to the hilly region of Morong Rizal.

After a well-earned rest, Aguinaldo and his men proceeded to Biak-na-Bato, San Miguel de Mayumo, where he established his headquarters. As a consequence, armed men from Pangasinan, Zambales, and Ilocos provinces, Tarlac and Nueva Ecija, renewed their armed resistance against the enemy. With the coming of the rainy season, Primo de Rivera's campaigns were temporarily halted.

Before July , Aguinaldo and his men had already established a republican government at Biyak-na-Bato, known as the Biyak-na-Bato Republic. The provisional constitution of this Republic was prepared by Felix Ferrer and Isabelo Artacho, who copied, almost word for word, the Cuban constitution of Jimaguayu. The Biyak-na-bato Constitution was signed on November 1, Its preamble states:. Com -. Choose your gifts from among 7, Filipino items in the pioneer Philippine-based e-store.

Send the party to your loved ones! Be part of the family's celebration! Make a dream come true this Christmas through the Salesians of Don Bosco. Help the street children. Contact Details Write to Webmaster Policies. All rights reserved. Its preamble states: The separation of the Philippines from the Spanish monarchy and their formation into an independent state with its own government called the Philippine Republic has been the end sought by the Revolution in the existing war, begun on the 24th of August, ; and , therefore, in its name and by the power delegated by the Filipino people, interpreting faithfully their desires and ambitions, we the representatives of the Revolution, in a meeting at Biac-na-bato, November 1, , unanimously adopted the following articles for the constitution of the State.

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With almost all of Cavite in the hands of the Spaniards, [ Governor General ] Primo de Rivera issued another decree extending the benefit of his pardon beyond May 17, His purpose was to win over the Filipinos to his policy of attraction. A few took advantage of the governor's decree, while the rest continued their resistance against the enemy. Aguinaldo, meanwhile was in Talisay, Batangas where he had established his headquarters. The enemy surrounded the area in the hope of capturing him, but he slipped through the Spanish cordon on June 10 and proceeded with his men to the hilly region of Morong Rizal. After a well-earned rest, Aguinaldo and his men proceeded to Biak-na-Bato, San Miguel de Mayumo, where he established his headquarters. As a consequence, armed men from Pangasinan, Zambales, and Ilocos provinces, Tarlac and Nueva Ecija, renewed their armed resistance against the enemy.

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Aguinaldo and his fellow revolutionaries were given amnesty and monetary indemnity by the Spanish Government, in return for which the revolutionary government would go into exile in Hong Kong. Aguinaldo had decided to use the money to purchase advance firearms and ammunition later on return to the archipelago. According to Aguinaldo, writing in , the principal conditions of the pact were: [4]. It was also agreed that the religious corporations in the Philippines be expelled and an autonomous system of government, political and administrative, be established, though by special request of General Primo de Rivera these conditions were not insisted on in the drawing up of the Treaty, the General contending that such concessions would subject the Spanish Government to severe criticism and even ridicule. General amnesty was never declared because sporadic skirmishes continued.

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