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May 03rd
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Remembering President Ramon Magsaysay y Del Fierro: A Modern-Day Moses

We bring this article back to the Front Page on the occasion of the 106th birth anniversary of Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay, who is the most-popular and perceived to be the most-honest Chief Executive the Philippines ever had.

[Privilege speech of Sen. Aquilino Q. Pimentel, Jr., at the Senate, August 28, 2001]

Mr. President:

Today, I stand to honor a man whose rise to fame was nothing short of phenomenal; whose sterling qualities as a leader have been an inspiration to many and whose unblemished record of public service is the star to which many a budding politician aspires to hitch his political ambition.

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