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Minor reorganization of some Mindanao regions, november 7, Metropolitan Manila created. October 23, First creation of Cordillera Autonomous Region, Candating arayat rejected by residents in a plebiscite. December 22, Second creation of Cordillera Autonomous Region, ratification rejected by residents in a plebiscite. As of Maythe Philippines comprises 18 administrative regions and these regions are geographically organized into the three island groups of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao 6. Central Luzon — The region contains the largest plain in the country and produces most of the countrys rice supply, earning itself the Candating arayat Rice Granary of the Philippines. Central Luzon produces the most rice in the whole country, excess rice is delivered and imported to Candating arayat provinces of the Philippines.
Central Luzon comprises 7 provinces,2 highly urbanized cities,12 component cities, municipalities,3, barangays The Central Luzon Region has fourteen cities. San Jose del Monte is the city with the most population while Angeles is the most densely populated city in the region, Tarlac City is the largest based on land area. Provinces of the Philippines — The provinces of the Philippines are the primary political and administrative divisions of the Philippines. There are 81 provinces at present, further subdivided into component cities and municipalities, the National Capital Region, as well as independent cities, are independent of any provincial government. Each province is governed by a legislature called the Sangguniang Panlalawigan.
The provinces are grouped into 18 regions based on geographical, cultural, fifteen of these regions are designated with numbers corresponding to their geographic location in order from north to south. The Cordillera Administrative Region, National Capital Region, Negros Island Region, each province is a member of the League of Provinces of the Philippines, an organization which aims to address issues affecting provincial and metropolitan government administrations. A provincial government is autonomous of other provinces within the Republic, each province is governed by two main elected branches of the government, executive and legislative.
Judicial affairs are separated from provincial governance and are administered by the Supreme Court of the Philippines, the provincial governor is chief executive and head of each province. The number of regularly elected SP members allotted to each province is determined by its income class, first- and second-class provinces are provided ten regular SP members, third- and fourth-class provinces have eight, while fifth- and sixth-class provinces have six. The vice governor and regular members of an SP are elected by the voters within the province, ex officio members are elected by members of their respective organisations. National intrusion into the affairs of each provincial government is limited by the Philippine Constitution, the President of the Philippines however coordinates with provincial administrators through the Department of the Interior and Local Government.
For purposes of representation, each province is guaranteed its own congressional district. One congressional representative represents each district in the House of Representatives, senatorial representation is elected at an at-large basis and not apportioned through territory-based districts. Those classified as highly urbanized or independent component cities are independent from the province. Local government units classified as component cities and municipalities are under the jurisdiction of the provincial government, the provincial government does not have direct relations with individual barangays.
Supervision over a government is the mandate of the mayor. Provinces are classified according to annual income based on the previous 4 calendar years 8. Its capital is the City of San Fernando, Angeles City, while geographically within Pampanga, is classified as a first-class, highly urbanized city and is governed independently of the province. The name La Pampanga was given by the Spaniards, who encountered natives living along the banks of the Pampanga River and its creation in makes it the first Spanish province on Luzon Island. Bythe province has 2, inhabitants, ancient Pampangas territorial area included portions of the modern provinces of Tarlac, Bataan, Zambales, Nueva Ecija and Bulacan.
Pampanga was re-organized as a province by the Spaniards on December 11, due to excessive abuses committed by some encomenderos, King Philip II of Spain in prohibited the further awarding of private estates, but this decree was not fully enforced until The encomiendas of La Pampanga at that time had eighteen thousand six hundred, Pampanga, which is about square miles in area and inhabited by more than 1. During the Spanish regime it was one of the richest Philippine provinces, Manila and its surrounding region were then primarily dependent on Kapampangan agricultural, fishery and forestry products as well as on the supply of skilled workers.
As other Luzon provinces were created due to increases in population, during the 17th century, The Dutch recruited men from Pampanga as mercenaries who served the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army, known as Papangers part of the larger Mardijkers community. Their legacy can be found in North Jakarta, however, there are few traces of their descendants, except for a small community in Kampung Tugu. The old Pampanga towns of Aliaga, Cabiao, Gapan, San Antonio, the municipality of San Miguel de Mayumo of Pampanga was yielded to the province of Bulacan in the same provincial boundary configuration in However, inthe four towns were returned to Pampanga.
On December 8, Japanese planes bombed Clark Air Base marking the beginning of the invasion of Pampanga, between andoccupying Japanese forces began entering Pampanga. The establishment of the general headquarters and military camp bases of the Philippine Commonwealth Army was active from to The Philippine Constabulary was active from to and to in the province of Pampanga. The June eruption of Mount Pinatubo displaced a number of people with the submersion of whole towns. Pampanga covers a area of 2, They can be re-elected, but cannot serve more than three consecutive terms, around eighty percent of congressmen are district representatives, representing a particular geographical area.
There are legislative districts in the country, each composed of aboutpeople, there are also party-list representatives elected through the party-list system who constitute not more than twenty percent of the total number of representatives. The building is simply called Batasan and the word has also become a metonym to refer to the House of Representatives. At the beginning of American colonial rule, from March 16, william Howard Taft was chosen to be the first American civilian Governor-General and the first leader of this Philippine Commission, which subsequently became known as the Taft Commission. It is this body, founded as the Philippine Assembly, that would continue in one form or another, inthe Jones Act, officially the Philippine Autonomy Act, changed the legislative system.
The Philippine Commission was abolished and a new fully elected, bicameral Philippine Legislature consisting of a House of Representatives, the legislative system was changed again in The Constitution established a unicameral National Assembly, but inthrough an amendment to the Constitution, a bicameral Congress of the Philippines consisting of a House of Representatives and a Senate was adopted. The Liberal bloc of the Nacionalistas permanently split from their ranks and these two will contest all of the elections in what appeared to be a two-party system.
This set up continued until President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law, the Constitution restored the presidential system of government together with a bicameral Congress of the Philippines. Corazon Aquino who nominally had no party, supported the Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino, with the victory of Fidel V. This also meant the restoration of Lakas-NUCD as the top party in the chamber, the same would happen when Benigno Aquino won inwhich returned the Liberals into power. The presiding officer is the Speaker, the members of the House of Representatives who are also its officers are also ex officio members of all of the committees and has a vote.
The Speaker is the head of the House of Representatives, the speaker is elected by majority of all the members of the house, including vacant seats. The speaker is elected at the convening of each Congress Barangay — A barangay, formerly referred to as barrio, is the smallest administrative division in the Philippines and is the native Filipino term for a village, district or ward. In colloquial usage, the term refers to an inner city neighbourhood. The word barangay originated from balangay, a kind of boat used by a group of Austronesian peoples when they migrated to the Philippines, as of Junethere were 42, barangays throughout the Philippines.
When the first Spaniards arrived in the Philippines in the 16th century, the name barangay originated from balangay, a Malay word meaning sailboat. The first barangays started as small communities of around 50 to families. By the time of contact with Spaniards, many barangays have developed into large communities, some of these barangays had large populations. In Panay, some barangays had 20, inhabitants, in Leyte,15, inhabitants, in Cebu,3, residents, in Vitis,7, inhabitants, there were smaller barangays with less number of people. But these were generally inland communities, or if they were coastal and these smaller barangays had around thirty to one hundred houses only, and the population varies from one hundred to five hundred persons.
Most of the ancient barangays were coastal or riverine in nature and this is because most of the people were relying on fishing for supply of protein and for their livelihood. They also travelled mostly by water up and down rivers, trails always followed river systems, which were also a major source of water for bathing, washing, and drinking. The coastal barangays were more accessible to trade with foreigners and these were ideal places for economic activity to develop.
Business Candating arayat traders from other countries also meant contact with cultures and civilizations, such as those of Japan, Han Chinese, Indian people. The Spanish Monarch ruled each barangay through the Cabeza, who collected taxes from the residents for the Spanish Crown. When the Americans arrived, slight changes in the structure of government was effected. Candating arayat, Rural Councils with four councilors were created to assist, now renamed Barrio Lieutenant, it was later renamed Barrio Council, the Spanish term barrio was used for much of Candating arayat 20th century untilwhen President Ferdinand Marcos ordered Candating arayat renaming to barangays It is responsible for passing ordinances and resolutions for the administration of a municipality and its powers are defined by the Local Government Code, passed by the Congress in All municipalities in the Philippines, with the exception of Pateros in Metro Manila, have eight members or councilors elected at-large.
In the case of Pateros, its Sangguniang Bayan is composed of elected councilors. Elections are held simultaneously with the elections held every three years since The term begins at noon of June 30 following election day, a permanent vacancy among the regular Sagguniang Bayan members is filled in by an appointment of the governor of the province the municipality is a part of. Founding and Early Development of Arayat Historically speaking, the exact date of Arayat's foundation is still unknown. Definitely, the town was reported to be one of the thriving settlements of Pampanga between to At that time,it occupied what is today barrio Palinlang and was called Balayan ning Pambuit.
Present-day Poblacion or seat of government was then a wilderness inhabited by pagan tribes, especially the balugas Aetas. ByArayat was one of the eleven most important communities of Pampanga. Because of its strategic location along the Pampanga River, it became a major center of trade and commerce - supplying the rice requirements of Manila, the Capital City. On August 29,the Augustinians were granted permission to establish a mission in Arayat by the Bishop of Manila, Fr. In the same year, the first Augustinian mission in Arayat was founded by Fr. Bythe parish of Arayat already existed according to one historian of the Augustinian order in the Philippines, Elviro Jorde Perez.
Available documents even Cadnating that a certain Fr. Contreras Candxting the parish priest of Arayat until However, it requires further research work to Candating arayat whether or not originally built by the Augustinians. Also, it appears that the first baptism to be recorded at the parish was performed Fr. It is Candating arayat by the towns of Magalang on the northwest, Cabiao on the northeast, Candaba on the East, Sta Candating arayat on the South and Mexico on the west, with a total area of 17, hectares and a population of 90, more or less. Only 19 kilometers away from San Fernando, the capital town of Adayat, Arayat is about an hour aCndating from Manila. Nino TabuanSuklayin, and Telapayong, not to mention subdivisions that Candating arayat outside the town proper Candating arayat which are: Araayat popular landmark of the town is the majestic Arayat Mountain or "Bundok Alaya".
It has three peaks, the two highest of which are the Northern Peak with meters altitude and the Southern Peak with meters height. The Pampanga River has its bank at the foot of Mt. One does not have to climb its summit to see its natural beauty, for its centrally located in the region, so that one will inevitably enjoy its splendor as he travel along national highways of Central Luzon. Situated at the base of the well-known Mount Arayat is the Mount Arayat National Park, a major tourist attraction not only in Pampanga, but whole Luzon.
It is noted for its swimming pools, wholesome, refreshing and verdant surroundings and its cool water cascading from its waterfalls. This Park was originally a project of Dona Aurora A. Quezon, wife of the late Manuel L. Quezon of the Philippine Commonwealth, and has been developed into its present state during the post war era. Arayat is generally a level land, except the areas where Mt. Arayat stands and its vicinities, with a type I climate and two pronounced seasons; dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year. Arayat croplands cover 7, It can be also said that it falls within the category of those with traditional industrial structures as reflected by its lands use, agriculture has the widest area, followed by forest land, swamp and marshed land.
Rice and sugarcane are the main staple products of the town, followed by corn, mongo, watermelons, turnips, peanutscamote and different kinds of vegetables. Fresh fish are abundant in its rivers and swampy areas. The forest land of Mount Arayat is the source of firewood, charcoal and the famous "Teak" wood used in furniture making. Easily over-shadowing all other sects. The people of Arayat, although pre-occupied with the present economic difficulties, are not remiss in their religious obligations.