PROCLAMATIONS 1995

PROCLAMATIONSSUBJECT
Proclamation No. 709
December 20, 1995
Declaring 1996 As Diamond Jubilee Year of the Young Women’S Christian Association of Manila
Proclamation No. 708
December 12, 1995
Dedicating the Department of Agrarian Reform Building’S Fourth Floor As the Justice Milagros A. German Hall
Proclamation No. 707
December 11, 1995
Authorizing the Task Force For Credit For the Poor, Action Arm of the Presidential Commission to Fight Poverty, to Conduct a Fund Campaign From Date Hereof to December 11, 1996
Proclamation No. 706
December 6, 1995
Declaring Friday, December 8, 1995 As a Special Day in the City of Cotabato
Proclamation No. 705
December 6, 1995
Declaring December 6, 1995, and of Every Year Thereafter As National Health Emergency Preparedness Day
Proclamation No. 704
November 28, 1995
Reserving For Socialized Housing Development a Portion of the Public Domain Located At Sitio Tapayan, Barangay Sta. Ana, Municipality of Taytay, Province of Rizal; Transferring to the National Housing Authority the Ownership of Said Government Land; and Declaring the Same Open For Disposition in Favor of Pasig River Squatters and Less Privileged Families of Taytay, Rizal, Pursuant to Republic Act No. 7279, Otherwise Known As “Urban Development and Housing Act of 1992”, and Executive Order No. 292, Otherwise Known As “Administrative Code of 1987”
Proclamation No. 703
November 28, 1995
Establishing As Loog Watershed Forest Reserve For Purposes of Protecting, Maintaining and Improving Its Water Yield and Providing Restraining Mechanism For Inappropriate Forest Exploitation and Disruptive Land-Use, a Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Located in the Municipality of Basey, Province of Western Samar, Philippines
Proclamation No. 702
November 28, 1995
Declaring June 11 of Every Year As Rizal Provincial Day Or “Araw Ng Lalawigan Ng Rizal”
Proclamation No. 701
November 24, 1995
Authorizing the Boy Scouts of the Philippines to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 700
November 23, 1995
Declaring Friday, December 8, 1995, As a Special Day in Angeles City
Proclamation No. 699
November 23, 1995
Declaring Saturday, December 2, 1995, As a Special Day in Pasay City
Proclamation No. 698
November 23, 1995
Declaring Friday, November 24, 1995 As a Special Day in the Municipality of Midsayap, North Cotabato
Proclamation No. 697
November 24, 1995
Authorizing the Heart Foundation of the Philippines to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 696
November 21, 1995
Declaring the Year 1996 As “University of the Philippines (U.P.) College of Law Faculty Trust Fund Year” and Authorizing the U.P. Law Alumni Foundation, Inc. (UPLAF) and the U.P. Law Alumni Association, Inc. (UPLAA) to Conduct a Nationwide Fund Campaign During Said Period
Proclamation No. 695
December 18, 1995
Authorizing the Teodoro F. Valencia Foundation, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 694
November 21, 1995
Declaring the Period From November 21 to 27, 1995 and Every Year Thereafter As Thrift Stamps Savings Week
Proclamation No. 693
November 13, 1995
Authorizing the R. I. District 3780 Rotary Foundation, Inc. to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 692
November 6, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in All Provinces and Cities in Luzon and Visayas Which Were Not Previously Declared As Calamity Areas in 1995, Due to the Adverse Effects of Typhoon “Rosing”
Proclamation No. 691
November 2, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in Three (3) Provinces and Seventeen (17) Cities Adversely Affected By Tropical Storm “Pepang”
Proclamation No. 690
October 30, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Provinces of Negros Oriental, Negros Occidental, Palawan and Occidental Mindoro Which Were Adversely Affected By Tropical Storm "Pepang"
Proclamation No. 689
October 31, 1995
Authorizing the United Way Philippines, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 688
October 31, 1995
Revoking Proclamation No. 292, Dated October 23, 1967, Which Restored Two Parcels of Land Excluded By Proclamation No. 208, As Amended, to Their Former Status As Part of the Semi-Temperate Fruit Experiment Stations As Reserved Under Proclamation No. 743, Series of 1934, Situated in Residence Section “K”, Baguio City, and Declaring the Same Open to Disposition Under the Provisions of the Public Land Act, As Amended
Proclamation No. 687
October 27, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Baler, Province of Aurora Which Was Adversely Affected By Tropical Storm “Oniang”
Proclamation No. 686
October 26, 1995
Declaring the Period From December 3 to 9, 1995, As Government Employees Week
Proclamation No. 682
October 13, 1995
Authorizing the Pope John Paul II Foundation For Prisoners’ Welfare, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 681
October 13, 1995
Amending Proclamation No. 578, Expanding the Membership of the 1995 Total Solar Eclipse National Committee
Proclamation No. 680
October 13, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Province of Antique and the City of San Carlos Which Were Adversely Affected By Tropical Storm “Mameng”
Proclamation No. 679
October 12, 1995
Declaring Monday, October 16, 1995 As a Special Day in the City of Calbayog
Proclamation No. 678
October 12, 1995
Declaring the Period From October 31, 1995 to October 31, 1996, As the Boy Scouts of the Philippines Diamond Jubilee Year
Proclamation No. 677
October 12, 1995
Authorizing the Philippine Cancer Society, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 676
October 12, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in Four (4) Provinces and One (1) City Adversely Affected By Tropical Storm “Mameng”
Proclamation No. 675
October 12, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in Four (4) Municipalities of the Province of Lanao Del Sur
Proclamation No. 674
October 12, 1995
Declaring Wednesday, November 15, 1995 As “Don Eugenio Daza Day” in the Province of Eastern Samar
Proclamation No. 673
October 10, 1995
Authorizing the Clean and Green Foundation, Inc. to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 672
October 6, 1995
Declaring the Period From November 5 to 11, 1995 As “Civil Engineering Week”
Proclamation No. 671
October 6, 1995
Authorizing the Philippine Association of Schools Superintendents, Inc. (PASS) to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 670
October 6, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Baybay, Province of Leyte
Proclamation No. 669
October 5, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in Metro Manila and in Twenty Nine (29) Provinces and Nineteen (19) Cities Adversely Affected By Tropical Storm “Mameng”
Proclamation No. 668
October 4, 1995
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in the Municipalities of Bataraza, Rizal, Quezon and Araceli, All of the Province of Palawan, and the City of Cotabato, Which Were Adversely Affected By Flashfloods
Proclamation No. 667
October 4, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Lugait, Province of Misamis Oriental, Which Was Adversely Affected By Flashfloods
Proclamation No. 666
October 4, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the City of Cagayan De Oro, Which Was Adversely Affected By Fire
Proclamation No. 665
October 4, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur and La Union and the City of Laoag, Which Were Adversely Affected By Typhoon Luding
Proclamation No. 664
October 4, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Nasugbu, Province of Batangas, Which Was Adversely Affected By Fire
Proclamation No. 663
October 4, 1995
Declaring December 1995 As Victorio C. Edades Centennial Month
Proclamation No. 662
September 27, 1995
Declaring the Month of October of Every Year As the “National Shelter Month”
Proclamation No. 661
September 27, 1995
Authorizing the Community Chest Foundation, Inc., to Conduct a National Educational and Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 660
September 27, 1995
Declaring October 21 of Every Year As National Archives Day
Proclamation No. 659
September 27, 1995
Declaring the Period From October 1 to 7, 1995, “Human Resource Management Week”
Proclamation No. 658
September 27, 1995
Declaring Tuesday, October 3, 1995, As a Special Day in Imus, Cavite in Commemoration of Its 200Th Foundation Day Anniversary
Proclamation No. 657
September 21, 1995
Declaring October 1995 As “Un Month” and October 24, 1995 As “Un Golden Anniversary Day”
Proclamation No. 656
September 19, 1995
Revoking Proclamation No. 612 Dated July 13, 1990 and Reverting the Land Reserved Thereunder For the Sta. Ana National High School, As Part of the Original Area Reserved For School Site Purposes of the Sta. Ana Central Elementary School Under Proclamation No. 282, Dated July 1, 1988, As Amended
Proclamation No. 655
September 19, 1995
Declaring 1996 As “Philippine Information Technology Year” and Holding of An Annual Search For Excellence in Computer Software Development
Proclamation No. 654
September 29, 1995
Authorizing the Federation of Senior Citizens Association of the Philippines, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 653
September 18, 1995
Directing the Local Government Units Concerned to Commemorate Annually the Anniversaries of Significant Events Related to the Liberation of the Philippines During World War II
Proclamation No. 652
September 29, 1995
Authorizing the Girl Scouts of the Philippines to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 651
September 14, 1995
Adopting the Bicol Region Tourism Master Plan As the Region’S Blueprint For Tourism Development and Enjoining All Local Government Units (LGUs) and Line Agencies to Support Its Full Implementation
Proclamation No. 650
September 12, 1995
Declaring the Period From March 24 to 30, 1996, As “Construction Week”
Proclamation No. 649
September 12, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Province of Bukidnon
Proclamation No. 648
September 12, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the City of Cebu Due to the Effects of Fire
Proclamation No. 647
September 12, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Provinces of South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat and Maguindanao
Proclamation No. 646
September 7, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Placer, Surigao Del Norte
Proclamation No. 645
September 4, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Province of Batanes Which Was Adversely Affected By Typhoon “Gening”
Proclamation No. 644
September 24, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Bayambang, Province of Pangasinan, Which Was Adversely Affected By Fire
Proclamation No. 642
September 1, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Municipalities of Lian and Nasugbu in Batangas Due to Locust Infestation
Proclamation No. 640
September 1, 1995
Declaring the Third Week of September of Every Year As Philippine National Law Week
Proclamation No. 638
August 30, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in Barangays Tagburos, San Jose and Sta. Lourdes in Puerto Princesa, Palawan Which Were Adversely Affected By Mercury Poisoning
Proclamation No. 637
August 30, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Municipalities of Kiamba, Maasim and Alabel, Province of Sarangani Which Were Adversely Affected By Floods
Proclamation No. 636
August 30, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Provinces of Pampanga, Tarlac, Bataan, Bulacan, Zambales, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan and Cavite Which Were Adversely Affected By Locust Infestation
Proclamation No. 635
August 28, 1995
Excluding From the Marikina Watershed Reservation Certain Parcels of Land Embraced Therein For Use As Sanitary Landfill Sites and Similar Waste Disposal Under the Administration of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority
Proclamation No. 634
August 28, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Concepcion, Iloilo Due to the Outbreak of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever in the Area
Proclamation No. 633
August 28, 1995
Declaring Wednesday, August 30, 1995, As a Special Day in Mandaue City in Commemoration of Its 26Th Charter Day Anniversary
Proclamation No. 632
August 24, 1995
Declaring the Period From August 27 to 31, 1995 As “Direct Selling Week”
Proclamation No. 630
August 5, 1995
Declaring the Period From September 18, to 24, 1995, As "Production Management Week"
Proclamation No. 629
August 11, 1995
Declaring the Period From September 6 to 12 of Every Year As Trade and Industry Week
Proclamation No. 628
August 11, 1995
Authorizing the Ephpheta Foundation For the Blind, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 627
August 11, 1995
Declaring the Period From September 3 to 10 Every Year As “Linggo Ng Laang-Kaeal” (National Reservist Week)
Proclamation No. 626
August 7, 1995
Declaring November 24 to December 23, 1995, As “Development Planning Month” in Commemoration of the 60Th Anniversary of Development Planning in the Philippines
Proclamation No. 625
August 2, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Lingayen, Pangasinan
Proclamation No. 624
August 1, 1995
Authorizing the United States Army Forces in the Philippines-North Luzon (USAFIP-Nl) Veterans and Heirs Foundation, Inc., to Conduct a Fund Raising Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 622
July 31, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Rizal, of Nueva Ecija, Which Was Adversely Affected By Fire
Proclamation No. 621
July 28, 1995
Declaring Wednesday, August 30, 1995, As a Special Day in San Juan, Metro Manila
Proclamation No. 620
July 18, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the National Museum/Senate Building Area, Manila
Proclamation No. 619
July 19, 1995
Declaring July 1995 to July 1996 As Global Competitiveness Year
Proclamation No. 618
July 17, 1995
Declaring the Period From August 6 to 1995, As Philippine Lawyers’ Association Week
Proclamation No. 617
July 13, 1995
Authorizing the Nayong Pilipino Foundation, Inc. to Conduct An Educational and National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 616
July 13, 1995
Declaring Saturday, July 15, 1995, As a Special Day in the Cordillera Administrative Region
Proclamation No. 615
July 4, 1995
Declaring the Philippine Eagle As the National Bird of the Philippines
Proclamation No. 614
June 30, 1995
Declaring Saturday, July 1, 1995, As a Special Day in Dipolog City
Proclamation No. 613
June 26, 1995
Signed on June 26, 1993: Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Province of Romblon Which Was Adversely Affected By Tropical Storm “Auring”
Proclamation No. 612
June 26, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipalities of Camalig and Daraga, Albay Which Was Adversely Affected By Tropical Storm “Auring”
Proclamation No. 611
June 23, 1995
Establishing As Ambogoc Watershed Forest Reserve For Purposes of Protecting, Maintaining, and Improving Its Water Yield and to Provide Restraining Mechanism For Inappropriate Forest Exploitation, a Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated At the City of Dapitan, Province of Zamboanga Del Norte, Philippines
Proclamation No. 610
June 23, 1995
Authorizing the Filipino War Veterans Foundation (Filvets), Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 609
June 23, 1995
Authorizing the Philippine Mental Health Association Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 608
June 23, 1995
Declaring Tuesday, July 11, 1995, As a Special Day in the Municipality of Valenzuela, Metro Manila
Proclamation No. 607
June 23, 1995
Establishing As Koronadal Watershed Forest Reserve For Purposes of Protecting, Maintaining, and Improving Its Water Yield and to Provide Restraining Mechanism For Inappropriate Forest Exploitation and Disruptive Land-Use, a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of Koronadal, Province of South Cotabato, Philippines
Proclamation No. 606
June 23, 1995
Declaring the Period From June 27 to July 3, 1995 As “Asian Olympic Wrestling Championships Week”
Proclamation No. 605
June 23, 1995
Declaring Saturday, June 24, 1995, As a Special Day in the City of Manila
Proclamation No. 604
June 21, 1995
Declaring Thursday, June 22, 1995, As a Special Day in the City of Dapitan
Proclamation No. 603
June 20, 1995
Signed on June 20 ,1995: Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipalities of Pilar, Mariveles, Balanga, Abucay, Province of Bataan, Ternate, Rosario, Bacoor and Noveleta, Province of Cavite Which Were Adversely Affected By Red-Tide Infestation
Proclamation No. 602
June 19, 1995
Declaring Tuesday, June 20, 1995, As a Special Day in the Province of Isabela
Proclamation No. 601
June 19, 1995
Declaring Tuesday, June 20, 1995, As a Special Day in the City of Dagupan
Proclamation No. 600
June 16, 1995
Declaring the Period From June 15 to 22 of Every Year As Philippine Eagles Week
Proclamation No. 597
June 9, 1995
Declaring Tuesday, June 20, 1995, As a Special Day in the City of Cotabato
Proclamation No. 596
June 9, 1995
Authorizing "Our Children, Our Future" to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One 1 Yearl
Proclamation No. 595
June 9, 1995
Declaring 1996 As Small and Medium Enterprise Development Year
Proclamation No. 594
June 7, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Province of Kalinga-Apayao Which Was Adversely Affected By the Long Dry Spell
Proclamation No. 593
June 7, 1995
Declaring the Month of September 1995 As National Census Month
Proclamation No. 592
June 1, 1995
Declaring the Islands of Molocaboc, Diutay, Matabas, and Suyac, As Well As Their Surrounding Reefs and the Reefs of Carbin and Maca, Situated in the Municipality of Sagay, Province of Negros Occidental As Protected Landscape/Seascape
Proclamation No. 591
June 1, 1995
Declaring Monday, June 19, 1995, As a Special Day in the Province of Laguna and in the City of San Pablo
Proclamation No. 590
June 1, 1995
Reserving For the National Usafip-Nl Military Shrine and Park Sites Purposes a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in the Municipality of Luna, Province of La Union, Island of Luzon
Proclamation No. 589
May 30, 1995
Declaring As Civil Reservation For Stockfarm and Research Center Site of the Department of Agriculture, Region Xi, Davao City, a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Located in the Municipal District of Marilog, Davao City
Proclamation No. 588
May 26, 1995
Authorizing the Philippine Tuberculosis Society, Inc. to Conduct a National Educational and Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 587
May 26, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a Continuing State of Calamity in Malitubog-Maridagao in Carmen, North Cotabato Which Was Adversely Affected By Man-Made Disasters in the Mal-Mar Area
Proclamation No. 586
May 26, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in Some Areas of the National Capital Region, Region Iii and Region Iv Adversely Affected By Red Tide
Proclamation No. 585
May 23, 1995
Declaring Thursday, May 25, 1995, the 50Th Anniversary of the Liberation of Bohol, As a Special Day in the Province of Bohol
Proclamation No. 584
May 22, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Bugasong, Antique Which As Adversely Affected By Fire
Proclamation No. 583
May 18, 1995
Declaring 19 May 1995 As a Special Day in Butuan City to Commemorate the Butuan City Charter Day
Proclamation No. 582
May 16, 1995
Declaring Tuesday, July 4, 1995, As “Philippine Retirement Authority Day”
Proclamation No. 581
May 15, 1995
Amending Proclamation No. 577, Entitled “Calling the Congress of the Philippines to a Special Session” Changing the Date Thereof From 21-28 May 1995 to 22-27, 1995.
Proclamation No. 580
May 12, 1995
Authorizing the Council For the Welfare of the Children (CWC) to Conduct a National Information and Fund Raising Campaign For a Period of One Year For the Fourth Country Programme For Children (CPC IV): 1994-1998
Proclamation No. 579
May 12, 1995
Amending Proclamation No. 136, Dated March 12, 1955, Which Reserved For Nursery Site Purposes By Segregating Certain Portion of Land Embraced Therein and Reserving the Same For Market Site Purposes Under the Administration of the Municipality of Ilagan, Province of Isabela, Island of Luzon
Proclamation No. 578
May 12, 1995
Creating the 1995 Total Solar Eclipse National Committee
Proclamation No. 577
May 10, 1995
Calling the Congress of the Philippines to a Special Session
Proclamation No. 576
May 5, 1995
Signed on May5, 1995: Authorizing the Narcotics Foundation of the Philippines, Inc., to Conduct a Nationwide Educational and Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 575
May 5, 1995
Authorizing the Tahanan Outreach Projects & Services, Inc. (TOPS), to Conduct a Nationwide Educational and Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year.
Proclamation No. 574
September 27, 1995
Declaring the Month of November, 1995 As "World Taekwondo Championships Month"
Proclamation No. 573
May 3, 1995
Declaring Monday, May 8, 1995, As a Special Day Throughout the Country
Proclamation No. 572
May 16, 1995
Reserving For Camp Site Purposes of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines, Agusan Council, a Certain Parcel of Land of the Public Domain Situated in Barangay Telesfora Ong Oh, Municipality of Tubay, Province of Agusan Del Norte, Island of Mindanao
Proclamation No. 571
April 28, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Province of Eastern Samar Particularly the Municipalities of Borongan, Can-Avid, Dolores, San Policarpio, Oras, San Julian, Sulat and Taft
Proclamation No. 570
April 28, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in Barangay Poblacion District 1, Brooke’S Point, Palawan Due to the Adverse Effects of a Fire on 26 February 1995
Proclamation No. 569
April 27, 1995
Declaring Friday, April 28, 1995, the 50Th Anniversary of the Liberation of Davao City, As a Special Day in Davao City
Proclamation No. 568
April 25, 1995
Declaring the Period From April 24, to 30 of Every Year As Credit Consciousness Week
Proclamation No. 567
April 24, 1995
Declaring Thursday, April 27, 1995, As a Special Day in the City of Baguio
Proclamation No. 566
April 24, 1995
Declaring Thursday, April 27, 1995, As a Special Day in Lapu-Lapu City to Commemorate the Lapu-Lapu City Charter Day and the Battle of Mactan
Proclamation No. 565
April 24, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Province of South Cotabato Which Was Adversely Affected By the Long Dry Spell
Proclamation No. 564
April 17, 1995
Declaring April 24 to 28, 1995, As Asean Port Authorities Association (APAA) Sports Week
Proclamation No. 563
April 12, 1995
Declaring the Period 12 April 1995 to 11 April 1996 As “Central Luzon State University (CLSU) Alumni Year” and Authorizing the Clsu and the Clsu Alumni Association, Inc. (CLSUAAI) to Conduct a Nationwide Fund Campaign During Said Period
Proclamation No. 562
April 11, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in the Municipality of Ipil, Zamboanga Del Sur
Proclamation No. 561
April 11, 1995
Declaring Saturday, April 15, 1995, As a Special Day Throughout the Country
Proclamation No. 560
April 11, 1995
Amending Proclamation No. 120, S. 1955, Which Reserved For Market and Abatoir Site, and Proclamation No. 574, S. 1959, Which Reserved For Parking Site Purposes, Certain Parcels of Land Situated in the Municipality of Midsayap, Province of Cotabato, and Granting Ownership Thereof to the Aforesaid Municipality
Proclamation No. 559
April 7, 1995
Excluding From the Operation of Proclamation No. 87, Dated August 9, 1966, Which Established the Dibudalan Mountain Forest Reserve, and Declaring the Land Embraced Therein As Aurora State College of Technology School Site Civil Reservation, Situated in Zabali, Baler, Aurora
Proclamation No. 558
April 4, 1995
Declaring the Months of April and May 1995 As “Asian Cycling Championships Months”
Proclamation No. 557
April 3, 1995
Declaring the Month of April of Every Year As “Broadcasters’ Month”
Proclamation No. 556
March 31, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity in the Provinces, of Tarlac, Pampanga, Zambales and Angeles City Adversely Affected By the Continuing Effects of the Eruption of Mt. Pinatubo and Subsequent Lahar Flows and Flooding
Proclamation No. 555
March 30, 1995
Declaring Metro Manila As “Convention City Manila” and Creating a Convention City Manila — National Organizing Committee [Ccm-Noc]
Proclamation No. 554
March 24, 1995
Declaring a State of Calamity in Barangay Tejero, Cebu City Which Was Adversely Affected By Fire
Proclamation No. 553
March 21, 1995
Authorizing Zonta Foundation Philippines, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One Year
Proclamation No. 552
March 20, 1995
Establishing As Mt. Matutum Protected Landscape the Parcels of Land of the Public Domain Situated Within the Municipalities of Tupi, Tampakan, and Polomolok, Province of South Cotabato, and the Municipality of Malungon, Province of Sarangani
Proclamation No. 551
March 15, 1995
Decalring the Last Week of October and Every Year Thereafter As “National Correctional Consciousness Week”
Proclamation No. 550
March 9, 1995
Authorizing the Foundation For Youth Development in the Philippines, Inc., to Conduct a National Fund Campaign For a Period of One (1) Year
Proclamation No. 549
March 19, 1995
Declaring March 23 of Every Year As National Meteorological Day
Proclamation No. 548
March 6, 1995
Approving a Policy on Convergence and Its Operationalization Through the Coordinated Action of the Agencies’ Technical Action Officers
Proclamation No. 547
March 6, 1995
Adopting An Official Definition of Social Reform Agenda (SRA) Programs and Projects For Budgetary and Other Purposes
Proclamation No. 546
March 7, 1995
Amending Proclamation No. 253, S. 1993, Entitled "Amending Proclamation No. 88, Dated September 22, 1936, Which Designated a Part of the Regan Barracks Federal Reservation As Philippine Army Post Camp General Simeon A. Ola, Now Camp Bagong Ibalon, Situated in Barangay Sagpon, City of Legaspi, Island of Luzon, By Excluding a Portion of the Land Embraced Therein and Declaring the Same Open For Disposition to Actual Occupants Thereof Pursuant to the Provisions of the Public Land Act, As Amended", By Returning a Certain Portion of the Land Embraced Therein For the Public Use and Purpose of the Albay Provincial Hospital, Albay Skin Clinic
Proclamation No. 544
March 3, 1995
Declaring the Period From March 3 to 10, 1995, As the Muslim Eid’L Fitr (Hariraya Puasa) Festival Week
Proclamation No. 543
February 28, 1995
Amending Proclamation No. 323, Series of 1952, Granting Ownership to the Municipality of Kidapawan, Province of North Cotabato, of the Land Reserved For Market Site Purposes
Proclamation No. 542
February 28, 1995
Authorizing the Development of the Old Bilibid Prison Compound For Mixed Housing and Commercial Purposes
Proclamation No. 541
February 28, 1995
Declaring the Year 1995 As “Service to Taxpayers’ Year”
Proclamation No. 540
February 23, 1995
Declaring Saturday, February 25, 1995, As a Special Day Throughout the Country
Proclamation No. 537
February 21, 1995
Declaring the Period From February 1, 1995 to February 28, 1996 As the Year of Internal Medicine in the Philippines
Proclamation No. 533
February 7, 1995
Declaring a State of Public Calamity in the Municipalities of Lobo, Province of Batangas, Hinigaran, Province of Negros Occidental, and Catigbian, Province of Bohol Which Were Adversely Affected By Big Waves and Fire
Proclamation No. 532
February 1, 1995
Delineating the Metes and Bounds of the Subic Special Economic and Freeport Zone Established Pursuant to Republic Act No. 7227, Otherwise Known As the “Bases Conversion and Development Act of 1992”, Approved March 13, 1992.
Proclamation No. 531
February 1, 1995
Declaring Thursday, February 9, 1995, As a Special Day in the City of Mandaluyong
Proclamation No. 530
February 1, 1995
Declaring Friday, February 3, 1995, the 50Th Anniversary of the Liberation of Manila, As a Special Day in the City of Manila
Proclamation No. 529
February 1, 1995
Declaring Friday, February 3, 1995, As a Special Day in the Municipality of Nasugbu, Batangas, and in the City of Tagaytay
Proclamation No. 528
February 1, 1995
Declaring Tuesday, February 14, 1995, As the Great Filipino Workout Day
Proclamation No. 527
February 1, 1995
Declaring Friday, February 3, 1995, As a Special Day in Cabanatuan City
Proclamation No. 526
January 30, 1995
Constituting the Various Biotechnology Institutes Within the University of the Philippines System As the Network of National Institutes of Biotechnology, and Designating Said Network As a National Center of Excellence in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
Proclamation No. 525
January 27, 1995
Declaring February 1995 As Climate Change Consciousness Month
Proclamation No. 524
January 25, 1995
Declaring January 25 to 31, 1995, As Voluntary Arbitration Week
Proclamation No. 523
January 25, 1995
Declaring the Existence of a State of Calamity (Man-Made) in the Province of Basilan
Proclamation No. 522
January 9, 1995
Declaring January 1, 1995, to December 31, 2005 As Philippine Environment Decade
Proclamation No. 521
January 6, 1995
Declaring Monday, January 9, 1995, As a Special Day in the Province of Pangasinan
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