1935 Philippine Constitution Pdf

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The 1935 Constitution: as amended on June 18, 1940, and on March 11, 1947. The 1935 Constitution: as approved by the 1934 Constitutional Convention on February 8, 1935, certified by the President of the United States on March 25, 1935, and ratified by plebiscite on May 14, 1935. 1935 CONSTITUTION Preamble. We, the sovereign Filipino people, The Filipino people, imploring the aid of Divine Providence, in order to. Imploring the aid of Almighty God, in imploring the aid of Divine order to build a just and humane.

23 March 1935: Seated, left to right: George H. Dern, Secretary of War; President Franklin D. Roosevelt, signing the Constitution of the Commonwealth of the Philippines; Manuel L. Quezon, President, Philippine Senate
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Matrix infinity firmware 1.93. A constitutional plebiscite held in the Philippines on 14 May 1935 ratified the 1935 Philippine Constitution which established the Philippine Commonwealth.[1] The constitution had been written in 1934 by the Constitutional Convention of 1934.

Gold In-Laid Chest (Repository of 1935 Philippine Constitution) displayed at Quezon Museum in Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City, Philippines

The Tydings–McDuffie Act of the United States Government detailed the steps required for the Philippines to become independent of the United States. A previous act, the Hare–Hawes–Cutting Act, had been rejected by the Philippine Congress.

The constitution was approved by 96% of voters, and was replaced by the 1973 Constitution of the Philippines.


Invalid/blank votes
Registered voters/turnout1,935,972
Source: Direct Democracy

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Difference between 1935 and 1973 philippine constitution
  1. ^Philippines, 14 May 1935: Constitution Direct Democracy (in German)
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