Naic Military Agreement Filipino

We who sign below with our real names, all the leaders of the army met for a meeting chaired by the Supreme President to discuss the plight of the Pueblos and the Revolution; After realizing that some leaders have committed treason by destroying the force that comes from the unit, by agreeing with the Spanish enemy and by deceiving the soldiers, and also by failing to care for the wounded, it is our determination to save the people from this grave danger by the following means. It is our agreement, and we swear to God and the land of our birth not to betray him. An army should be organized and a military commander of his choice should take command. Almost the same number of men signed the document, which marked a division in the ranks of the revolutionaries. The Naïan military agreement also attracted the main generals from Aguinaldo to Bonifacio, but unfortunately it lasted only as long as one minute from Cavite. Ricarte would also sign the Naic Military Agreement, which installed Pio del Pilar as Chief of Staff. Did Bonifacio make a strategic mistake to relieve a well-known ally who was to be replaced by an Aguinaldo man? Perhaps because Ricar retired to Batangas during the critical days of Bonifacio`s arrest and trial, supposedly to help General Malvar in the fighting. In the end, Pio del Pilar would betray Bonifacio and return to Emilio Aguinaldo with several men who had turned against El Presidente. To prove his loyalty, he would even testify against the Supremo in his trial, and then insist that his death sentence be carried out. Pio del Pilar finally redeemed himself by fighting wild against the Americans and became the hero of the Battle of Guadalupe. Del Pilar, along with Ricarte, would also fall victim to Aguinaldo`s changing allegiances. When El Presidente changed sides in the United States, these generals were hunted down and captured and sent into difficult and solitary exile.

The signatures throw into relief the painful beginnings of the first Philippine republic: there were two dynasties north of Cavite that would decide the fate of our nation – the Alvarezes of the Magdiwang Council, who competed with the Aguinaldo of Magdalo. Magdiwang was dominated by father and son Mariano and Santiago. Mariano was the uncle of Gregoria de Jesus, Bonifacio`s wife. (Mariano, like EDSA, is now better known by its initials, GMA for General Mariano Alvarez, a municipality in The province of Cavite) The Aguinaldos were ruled by the iron fist of their matriarch Trinidad Famy, maestra who ruled his sons, including Emilio and Baldomero. The Naïan military agreement was a document drawn up on 18 April 1897[1] in which a number of participants in the Tejeros Convention rejected the outcome of the convention. This rejection, which followed Acta de Tejeros on 23 March, then claimed the life of Andres Bonifacio. On 10 May 1897 in Maragondon, Cavite, Bonifacio was charged with treason and sentenced to death. [2] [3] Third, any unfaithful person is punished on the spot, according to his desserts. Andres Bonifacio – Maypagasa Pio del Pilar Esteban San Juan – Mulanin Modesto Ritual M. A. Mainam P. Giron – Palaso A .

Villanueva – Kampupok E. Izon Andres V. – Gumamela Escolastico Gillardo Conteral Ba… [ ?] Jacinto Lumbreras – Bagong bayani Felipe Gervasin G. Artemio Ricarte – Vibora Casimiro Vizcarra [?] Santiago A. – Apoy L. San Miguel – Maku-Lam [ ?] The documents tell the story of the amazing political maneuvers and, yes, the stings that marked the birth of our country. Forty-five men, including the contested Andres Bonifacio and his brothers, signed the Acta de Tejeros (Proclamation of Tejeros) which unequivocally protested against irregularities at the Tejeros convention, which elected Emilio Aguinaldo as president and dethroned Bonifacio from his role as ”supremo” of Katipunan.