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She was the first female president of the Philippines and the first female president of any country in Asia. After her husband was assassinated upon his return from exile in the United States on August 21,Aquino, who had no prior political experience, became a focal point and unifying force of the opposition against Marcos.
She was drafted to run against Marcos in the snap presidential elections. After Marcos was proclaimed the winner despite widespread reports of electoral fraud, Aquino was installed as President by the peaceful People Power Revolution.
Aquino's presidency saw the restoration of democratic institutions in the Philippines, through the enactment of a new Constitution which limited the powers of the presidency, restored the bicameral Congress, and renewed emphasis on civil liberties.
Her administration was likewise hampered by several military coup attempts by disaffected members of the Philippine military which derailed a return to full political stability and economic development. She suffered from colon cancer and eventually died on August 1, due to cardiorespiratory arrest.
She was the sixth of eight children in what was considered to be one of the richest Chinese-Mestizo families in the Philippines, in Tarlac. Her ancestry was one-eighth Tagalog from her maternal side, one-eighth Kapampangan and one-fourth Spanish from her paternal side, and half-Chinese from both maternal and paternal sides.
Scholastica's College in Manila where she finished grade school as class valedictorian in Inshe enrolled for a year in high school at the Assumption Convent in Manila. She intended to become a math teacher and a language interpreter. They had five children together: Cruz, Aurora "Pinky" Corazon A.
Abellada, Victoria Eliza A. Dee, and actress-television host Kristina Bernadette A. Aquino had initial difficulty adjusting to provincial life when she and her husband moved to Concepcion, Tarlac, inafter her husband had been elected the town's mayor at the age of The American-educated Aquino found herself bored in Concepcion, and welcomed the opportunity to have dinner with her husband inside the American military facility at nearby Clark Field.
A member of the Liberal Party, Aquino's husband rose to be governor of Tarlac, and was elected to the Philippine Senate in During her husband's political career, Aquino remained a housewife who helped raise the children and played hostess to her spouse's political allies who would frequent their Quezon City home.
She would decline to join her husband on stage during campaign rallies, preferring instead to stand at the back of the audience in order to listen to him. Nonetheless, she was consulted upon on political matters by her husband, who valued her judgments enormously.
Benigno Aquino soon emerged as a leading critic of the government of President Ferdinand Marcos of the Nacionalista Party, and there was wide speculation that he would run in the presidential elections, Marcos then being term limited.
However, Marcos declared martial law on September 21,and later abolished the Constitution, allowing him to remain in office. Aquino's husband was among those arrested at the onset of martial law, later being sentenced to death.The Thunder Run Home of the award winning Web Reconnaissance and From the Front series: bringing you all the news and information you need to know from .
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