What is the purpose of edsa revolution?
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conclusion about edsa revolution
because edsa revolution is important
EDSA revolution day or simply 'EDSA day' as I call it, is celebrated and commemorated every February 25.
how is EDSA REVOLUTION important to us,Filipinos
what happened during EDSA revolution 1
The EDSA revolution is also known as the People Power Revolution of the Philippines. The importance of the EDSA revolution was that the demonstration was a non-violent success to recover their freedom from then president Ferdinand Marcos and restore democracy to the Filipinos.
because edsa revulotion is important.
Yes it is was
The EDSA Revolution is celebrated in February. The revolution took place between February 22 and the 25, 1986 in Metro Manila, Philippines.
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I want to know the important events and ,the past happenings,during the EDSA REVOLUTION 1 and 2.
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= How did 1986 EDSA people power revolution inspire change in other countries? =
The object of EDSA revolution is Philippine democracy. The Filipino citizens wanted to change the government officials and existing policies to attain freedom.
The object of the edsa revolution that begins with letter f and ends with m is freedom.
The remarkable thing about the EDSA Revolution of 2001 in the Philippines is that the demonstrations were peaceful. This revolution lasted for almost 4 days, but ended with the people getting what they wanted. They overthrew the government of Joseph Estrada.
A remarkable thing about the EDSA Revolution in the Philippines was that it was a nonviolent revolution. Through civil resistance and large demonstrations, the people were able to oust President Marcos and restore democracy to the country.
EDSA 2 revolution in 2001 dethroned then Philippine President Joseph Estrada. Its effect was the governance of Gloria Arroyo, then vice president of the nation.
The EDSA or People Power revolution was the term for the Filipino people power revolt on February 22-25, 1986. The revolution was to oust President Ferdinand Marcos from the position and from the palace.
Human rights violations, government corruption, and electoral fraud were some of the major causes of the People Power Revolution (EDSA). The revolution led to the removal from power of President Ferdinand Marcos.
February 25, 1986
The People Power or EDSA Revolution was the Filipino revolt in 1986 to topple the dictatorship of President Ferdinand Marcos. The revolt was for the justice of Ninoy Aquino's death and to stop the corruption of the country.
EDSA revolution plays a very important role to the present bureaucracy and political system of the country.It is actually a manifestation of freedom,unity and nationalism of every Filipino to the country.
Quezon City, Manila, Philippines.
The end of the Marcos regime.
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Lul Niu Bilog ;; By. Miguel Haha
I am a Filipino and despite the fact that I was not born in the time that the EDSA Revolution happened I was still able to know the effects of this aforementioned event within the Philippine society and in the world in general. The EDSA Revolution serves as a concrete evidence for us Filipinos that democracy is indeed being observed and applied in the country. men and women were given the chance to voice out… Read More
cause at that time Filipinos are seeking for freedom ..
To end the corrupt governance of Marcos.
The 1986 EDSA revolution is very significant to all Filipinos. It was the means to end the dictatorship of former president Marcos and his wife Imelda. After the peaceful revolution and the installation of the next president (Corazon Aquino), the democratic institutions of government were reinstalled i. e. an independent Supreme Court and Congress. Also, after the revolution, the press and speech is free again. All thanks to the revolution.
She led the EDSA revolution/ People Power Revolution against Ferdinand Marcos and became president after him.
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The Significance of the EDSA Revolution: It brought back a democratic government The courage, sacrifices, and faith of the Filipinos won the admiration of the World Our country served as an inspiration to other Asian Countries It showed that God answers the United Prayers of Christians and made a miracle in the country
The EDSA 2 revolution refers to the 4 day protests in the major cities of the Philippines from 17 to 20 January 2001. President Estrada faced accusations of corruption and an impeachment trial was looming. The masses assembled in the cities, and began to protest, as they demanded his resignation.
The EDSA revolution was a series of popular demonstrations in the Philippines that began in 1983 and ended in 1986. It was a sustained campaign of civil resistance to eliminate regime violence and electoral fraud.
The EDSA peopleâ??s revolution resulted in a democracy that allowed for free-holding elections, freedom of the press and adapting a new constitution to recognize it. As a result, the EDSA people appear idealistic in surrounding countries as many are still fighting for citizen rights.
The peaceful revolution of the people is the remarkable account of the EDSA Revolution: The unity of the people, the oneness of the nation to bring back democracy. This showed the world how peace and unity can make big changes and influence the well-being of people. This is the lesson that most Filipinos are still struggling to inculcate in their everyday living. Nonetheless, the People Power Revolution will forever be a reminder of how love… Read More
Both are failed in the sense that both did not change anything. It is the same dirty politics that we have until now. But the thing is, it made the citizens more critical about their country and about their stand. Personally, I don't believe having EDSA revolt. Revolution is wrong. We just need to create a more sensible and effective call for change. No, not just change but transformation. I'm saying this, since it is… Read More
Cause or trigger? The cause was rampant corruption and tyrannical leadership... The trigger was Aquino's assassination.