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(Joseph Marcelo Ejercito Estrada)

Edukasyon

Elementarya at Mataas na Paaralan Tondo, Manila
San Juan, Metro Manila
Kolehiyo Pamantasan ng Ateneo de Manila
Mapua Institute of Technology
Doktor ng Humanities, Honoris Causa, Pamantasan ng Pangasinan (1990)

 

 

Mga Natatanging Tala sa Kasaysayan

  • Nang tumigil sa pag-aaral sa kolehiyo sa edad 21 ay nagsimula bilang actor sa pelikula noong 1950. Nakagawa siya ng higit sa 120 pelikula.
  • Ginawaran ng Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) para sa Paglilingkurang Pambayan, Philippine Jaycees noong 1972.
  • Naluklok sa Hall of Fame ng Famas matapos makamit ang pinakamataas na karangalan bilang Pinakamahusay na Aktor at Prodyuser ng Pinakamahusay na Pelikula noong 1981 at 1984.
  • Naging Alkalde ng bayan ng San Juan, Metro Manila sa loob ng 17 na taon (1969-1986).
  • Nanalo bilang Senador sa pambansang halalan noong 1987.
  • Pinarangalan bilang isa sa tatlong "Pinakamahusay na Senador ng Taon" ng Philippine Free Press Magazine noong 1989.
  • Tagapangulo, Mga Lupon ng Senado sa pagpapaunlad sa Agrikultura, Rural Development at Public Works.
  • Naging Pangalawang-Tagapangulo sa mga Lupon ng Kalusugan, Likas-Yaman at Ekolohiya, at Pagpaplano ng Lungsod.
  • Isa sa mga senador na bumoto upang wakasan ang Kasunduang Base Militar ng Pilipinas at Estados Unidos noong 1991.
  • Pinasikat ang islogang "Erap Para sa Mahirap".
  • Nahalal na Pangalawang Pangulo ng Republika ng Pilipinas noong 1992.
  • Tagapangulo, Presidential Anti-Crime Commission.
  • Tagapagtatag at Pangulo, Movie Workers Welfare Foundation, Inc.
  • Napiling maging Gobernador ng Film Academy of the Philippines.
  • Tagapayo, Samahan ng mga Prodyuser ng Pelikula sa Pilipinas (PMPPA).
  • Tagapagtatag at Pangulo, ERAP Para sa Mahirap Foundation.
  • Naluklok na Pangulo ng Republika ng Pilipinas noong Hunyo 30, 1998
  • Ang kauna-unahang artista na naging pangulo ng bansa.
  • Kauna-unahang Pangulo na isinakdal dahil sa pagmamalabis sa tungkulin dahil sa pagkakasangkot sa ilang illegal na gawain noong Nobyembre 13, 2000.
  • Sapilitang pinaalis sa tungkulin dahil na rin sa pagkawala ng tiwala ng mga mamamayan, pagtalikod ng mahahalagang miyembro ng kanyang gabinete, paglipat ng suporta ng mga mahahalagang opisyal ng militar sa kanyang kalaban na naging sanhi ng tagumpay na People Power Revolution noong EDSA II.
  • Inaresto noong Abril 25, 2001 habang nilitis ang kanyang mga kaso.
  • Nasa ilalim ng House Arrest sa kanyang bahay sa Tanay, Rizal habang patuloy na dinidinig ang kanyang kasong pandarambong.
  • Noong Oktubre 25, 2007, pagkatapos ng halos pitong taong pagkaka-piit, siya ay binigyan ni Presidente Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo ng executive clemency na nagpapalaya at nagpapanumbalik sa kanya ng karapatang sibil at politikal.

Education

Elementary and Secondary Tondo, Manila
San Juan, Metro Manila
College Ateneo de Manila University
Mapua Institute of Technology
Doctor of Humanities, Honoris Causa, Pamantasan ng Pangasian (1990)

 

 

Important Notes in History

  • Started as a movie actor in 1950 at the age of 21 after dropping out of school. He appeared in more than 120 movies.
  • Awarded Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) for Public Service by the Philippine Jaycees in 1972.
  • Installed in the FAMAS Hall of Fame after winning Best Actor and Producer of the Best Picture in 1981 and 1984.
  • Was Mayor of San Juan, Metro Manila for 17 years (1969-1986).
  • Won in the senatorial race in the 1987 national election.
  • Honored by the Philippine Free Press Magazine as one of the three Most Outstanding Senators of the Year in 1989.
  • Chairman, Senate Committee on agricultural and rural development and Public Works.
  • Vice-Chairman of the committees on Health, Natural Resources, Ecology and Urban Development.
  • Voted to end the Military Base Treaty between the Philippines and the United States in 1991.
  • Popularized the slogan "Erap Para sa Mahirap".
  • Elected Vide-President of the Republic of the Philippines in 1992.
  • Head, Presidential Anti-Crime Commission.
  • Founder and President, Movie Workers Welfare Foundation, Inc.
  • Chosen to be Governor of the Film Academy of the Philippines.
  • Adviser, Philippine Motion Picture Producers’ Association (PMPPA).
  • Founder and President, ERAP Para sa Mahirap Foundation.
  • Elected President of the Republic of the Philippines (June 30, 1998).
  • The first actor to become President of the Philippines.
  • The first president to be prosecuted because of abuse of power and his involvement to some illegal activities on November 13, 2000.
  • Forcibly relieved of his position due to loss of confidence of the people, resignation of several cabinet members, and the transfer of support and allegiance of his military officers to his opponent which caused the success of People Power Revolution known as EDSA II.
  • Was arrested on April 25, 2001 while his case was being tried.
  • Was under House Arrest at his house in Tanay, Rizal while his plunder case was ongoing.
  • On October 25, 2007, after almost 7 years of detention, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo granted him executive clemency that finally released him and restored his civil and political rights.

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