1935 in the Philippines

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Philippines 1935 in the Philippines

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1935 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in 1935



  • February 8 – The Constitutional Convention creates a new constitution
  • February 15 – The Philippine Constitution is signed
  • May 2 – The Sakdalista uprising
  • May 14 – The Philippine electorate ratifies the Constitution in a referendum
  • September 17 – Manuel Quezon elected President in the first Philippine Presidential elections
  • November 15
    • The Philippine Commonwealth is inaugurated
    • The Office of Civil Governor is abolished


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