An agreed minute that says, “The Memorandum of Understanding signed today is not affected by the review by the governments of the United States and the Philippines of a concrete military assistance program for the development of a modern, balanced and effective military force of the Philippines and hence the updating of the mutual security agreement.” The Ambassador indicated that it had been fully understood that these were agreements concluded on the basis of exploratory discussions and that they would be incorporated into formal agreements that should be signed by the representatives of both countries. In a letter from the ambassador to Serrano, it says that we are prepared to include in each document the agreement we have obtained “that nothing in the agreement infringes the inherent right of one of the two governments to raise, in reasonable circumstances, any issue of particular interest to them.” As Foreign Minister, he opened formal reparation negotiations to end nine years of technical warfare between Japan and the Philippines, which culminated in an agreement in April 1954. At the 1954 Geneva Conference on Korean Unification and Other Asian Issues, Garcia, as chairman of the Philippine delegation, attacked communist promises in Asia and defended U.S. policy in the Far East. In a speech on May 7, 1954 – the day Viet Minh defeated French troops in the Battle of Dién Bien Phu in Vietnam – Garcia repeated the Philippine attitude for nationalism and resistance to communism. [Citation required] Bohlen-Serrano Agreement The Bohlen-Serrano Agreement was the law that reduced the initial 99-year lease for U.S. bases here in the Philippines to 25 years, with the agreement renewable for periods of up to 5 years. Ambassador Bohlen and Serrano met on 24 September when the ambassador presented the memorandum. During the discussion, Serrano said that he could accept everything in the memorandum, except that he could not use the bases for procurement purposes, as he had presented. He also stated that he wanted to include the following statement: “The issue of the correlation between the duration of TDMs, MBAs and MAAs, military assistance and other issues raised by the Philippine government under Article 2A of this agreement will be discussed at a later date.” Macapagal was re-married in 1965, but succumbed to Ferdinand Marcos. Marcos` controversial funeral comes just over a week after the Supreme Court removed the legal hurdle to block the dictator`s funeral. In a 9-5 vote, the High Court ruled that there was no law prohibiting Marcos` funeral at the cemetery. .
Filipino First Policy Policy has focused on economic progress that the “Masa” has not been affected at all. This has led to widespread criticism of his concern for the common Filipino. . On May 24, 1933, he married Leonila Dimataga. The couple had a daughter, Linda Garcia-Campos. Garcia ran for re-election, but lost to Diosdado Macapagal. Among the achievements of the Magsaysay administration were the Social Security Act of 1954 or the Republic Act 1161. To solve the problems of communism and insurrection, President Magsaysay tried to protect peasants by imposing laws such as: the Agricultural Tenancy Act of the Philippines or republic Act No. 1199; the Land Reform Act of 1955 by Republic Law No.
1400; the creation of the Court of Agricultural Relations by Republic Law No. 1267; and the National Resettlement and Rehabilitation Administration (NARRA) by Republic Act 1160. The government won over the insurgents in 1954 with the surrender of Huk leader Luis Taruc.