Edgardo J. Angara

Edgardo J. Angara

Edgardo J. Angara (September 24, 1934 — May 13, 2018). Lawyer, educator, legislator, cabinet member, diplomat. Executive Secretary of President Joseph Ejercito Estrada from January 1-21, 2001 the period in which the failure of the impeachment trail of President Estrada led to People Power and the ouster of Estrada from office. Angara's diary was published and extensively cited by the Supreme Court of the Philippines in its decision on the question of whether Vice-President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo had assumed office permanently as the successor of President Estrada.

Jan. 6-17, 2001

The Last Days of Joseph Ejercito Estrada[1] By Executive Secretary Edgardo Angara Printed in the Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 04-06 2001 Editor’s Note: This is

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January 18, 2001

At nine in the morning of Thursday, Jan. 18, I received the officers and board members of the Federation of Filipino Chinese Chambers of Commerce

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Thursday, Jan. 18, 2001

At nine in the morning of Thursday, Jan. 18, I received the officers and board members of the Federation of Filipino Chinese Chambers of Commerce

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Jan. 20, 2001

12:20 a.m.- Rene de Villa[1] arrives in Mabini Hall, accompanied by now Finance Secretary Alberto “Bert” Romulo and now Justice Secretary Hernando “Nani” Perez. The

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