ON his 150th birth anniversary, Andres Bonifacio is praised and honored across the country, from the halls of Congress to the city of Lucena, not only for being the head of the Katipunan but for being the country’s first Tagalog president.

The city council of Manila filed a resolution urging Congress and President Benigno Aquino 3rd to recognize Andres Bonifacio as the first president of the Tagalog Republic, citing numerous historical chronicles by known local and foreign historians and documents issued by Bonifacio using this as his official title.

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