They are native rulers in the Philippines around the time Magellan came to the country.Raia Siagu (Rajah Siagu)
Raias Siagu and Colambo are brothers. They were both Rajahs from Leyte and were present during the first ever Catholic Mass celebrated on March 31, 1521 in the Limawasa Island of the province. The Mass was presided by Fr. Pedro Valderama who also baptized the two brothers.Raia Colambo (Rajah Kolambu)
Meanwhile, Raia Colambo forged a blood compact with Ferdinand Magellan to seal friendship and treaty. Another information about him is related to the name of the place he was ruling. Limasawa Island was named as such because Raia Colambo had five wives at the time. In tagalog, he has limang asawa, hence, Limasawa.Raia Humabon (Rajah Humabon)
Raia Humabon was the chieftain of Cebu and one of the first Filipino leaders to embrace Christianity. Like Colambo, he also entered into treaty with Magellan by blood compact or sandugo and was named Don Carlos after being baptized.
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the meat industry
cattle no longer needed to be transproted to be butchered and salt didn't get used for preserving the meat so it was higher quality.
Ang parity rights ay maiuugnay sa Philippine Trade Act na idineklara noon upang mabigyan ng pantay na karapatan ang mga Pilipino at ang mga Amerikano na magamit at mapakinabangan ang mga kayamanan ng ating bansa.
Kilala rin bilang "Bell Trade Act", maraming mga kritiko ang bumatikos sa idineklarang ito. Ito ay sa kadahilanang ang Philippine Trade Act, lalo na ang partikular na paglalahad ng parity rights na napaloob dito, ay lantarang nagpakita ng pagsuko ng soberanya ng Pilipinas sa ibang bansa.
Ayon sa kanila, bakit kailangan na makihati ang mga Pilipino sa bagay na sila naman dapat ang may pangunahing kontrol. Kaya naman nang maupo si Laurel sa posisyon, binago niya ang parteng ito (ang parity rights clause) sa ilalim ng Philippine Trade Act. Tinawag itong Langley Agreement.
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