Bernardino, Trash There’s R. 2012-22558 INSIST CSS The first president entered the Malignant, not as a head of state but a prisoner of the colonial power. The Filipino-American war lasted for 2 years and ended on March 23, 1901 by the capture of President Emilio Gondola. From Planar, Isabella where his hide-out was, he was brought to the Malignant. By the time, Malignant has been a temporary residence of the American Military Government. Gondola was kept there in execution under the hands of the guards of the palace walls.
Although he never live in the palace, he left a legacy and that is the original design of the Philippine flag and the design of the presidential seal. And so many years have pass©, the presidential seal have gone under so many changes, but there are some of the Sundials design that have remained. Gondola was the president of the Philippine Revolutionary Government. Malignant was located in a ten hectares of land beside the Passing River and surrounded by twelve buildings and some trees. Beside the Malignant is the Callahan Hall. This is where the president’s secretary holds his office.
Premiere Guest House was located at the west of the palace and it is where the office of the first lady was located. While at the east of the palace we can find the Mini Hall. It is where the executive secretary holds for the presidential fairs. By the large lot area of the palace that is 9,931 square meters, there is seventy rooms and forty toilets and bathrooms inside the palace. The Malignant Palace in the sass’s was Just a leisure villa of the Spanish gentlemen namely Don Luis Roach. And in 1802, the villa was sold to Don Jose Fremont, a coroner of the Spanish Army, by Don Roach.
The Spanish government took an interest in the villa in 1825 and bought it from Sensor Fremont for five thousand one hundred pesos. The Spanish government turned it into a sub- residence for the Spanish Governor’s General. The natives considered the place a dwelling place of the mighty beings. They passed in the grove in tip-toe and whispered “May Lagan Dianna”. And from that ‘May Lagan Dianna’ turned into Malignant. Manuel Luis Guenon was throne as the first president of the Philippine Commonwealth in 1935. In his term, he tackled the flood problem in the Malignant.
He solved the problem by reclaiming the 15 feet of the Passing River and by constructing a concrete wall. And after that work of Pres. Guenon the problem have gone. In May 6, 1942, the Corridor fall and the Japanese take the custody of the Mammalian. The second president of the Philippine Republic was Jose P. Laurel in 1943. Laurel signed the pack between the Philippines and Japan. Laurel’s term ended immediately in 1944. On August 1, 1944, Guenon died because of tuberculosis in the United States. Because of the death of Pres. Guenon, Sergei S. Someone Sir. Become the second president of the Philippine Commonwealth.
That time the Philippines is Manuel A. Roars become the first president of the third Philippine Republic in the year 1946. On the same year he granted the independence by the United States. He died in a heart attack year 1948. Ellipsoid R. Squiring as the vice president of Roars took over the seat of being a Philippine president. There is a room inside the Malignant where the former president’s memorabilia was placed. The said room was named after the president. Ramona F. Massage’s is the third president of the third Philippine Republic in the ear 1953. He made the Malignant open for the public.
After four years of service, he died on a plane crash. When Carols P. Garcia had been the fourth president of the third Philippine Republic, he stopped in letting the common people get inside the palace. This remained for the four years of his term. But Doodads MacDougal made the palace a ‘Palace of the Common Men’ in the start of his term year 1961. He also change the date of the independence day from July 4 to the twelfth of the June. His term ended on 1965. And it became the start of Ferdinand E. Marco’s’ term. In the late sass’s, the nationalism intensifies.
January 28, 1970, the Youth Activist stormed Malignant then Marco’s declared Martial Law. Marco’s’ term lasted for more than two decades. Carbon C. Aquinas was proclaimed to be the seventh president of the third Philippine Republic. President Aquinas was the wife of the former senator Ninny Aquinas who died on August 21, 1983. Pres. Aquinas first act was to open the palace and made it a museum. She chose the guest house to be her office because of the security and also because she think that she is Just a guest in the palace for the entire of her term and not to live there forever.
She is also the first president to choose a house outside the walls of the Malignant walls. Fidel V. Ramose being the president in the year 1992 bring the palace to the people. He lives across the street of the Malignant. At the start of the day of the president, there is no time being wasted. He started to work in the very beginning of his day. At 7 o’clock in the morning the president arrived at the palace having his work already done. The work is done inside the car. The car was a Malignant office in miniature.
For the changes gone after so many years, the Malignant is very different from the very beginning. But we can say that it is good because also the nature changes, for if it never undergoes any renovations, it may be fragile and cannot resist from a storm that may come into the Philippines. We can say that every president have its own way of ruling the country. They also have their own visions and objectives. But each of them gave us one thing that we can’t regret because there is something that will not exist in the present if there is nothing they do in the past.