Presidents indivisible from party/coalition they lead: he official record

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The Official Gazette follows the precedents established since 1935, both in the Official Gazette itself, and in the Messages of the President series under the Quezon, Roxas, and Quirino administrations to:

1. Chronicle the activities of the presidents, which serves as the official history of each administration (continued on a bimonthly basis in the Malacañang Journal during the Aquino administration; thereafter, under Ramos, Estrada, Arroyo, done through daily press releases):

A. Official Month in Review

B. Official Week in Review

C. President's Day

2. Publish the official versions of speeches and statements of the Presidents under the category of Historical Papers and Documents:

Both the official chronicle and the official collation of speeches and messages include the party-related activities of every chief executive. In fact, the first documents each administration would include would be the nomination acceptances speeches of a chief executive upon seeking the presidency. Presidents are elected as candidates of parties/coalitions; they lead parties/coalitions in mid-terms which are referenda on sitting administrations; either when running for re-election or as leaders of their parties/coalitions, they also play a role in the effort to elect their designated successor.

A sampling of such speeches, published in the old Official Gazette and Messages of the President, and put on line, showing this:

Manuel L. Quezon

Manuel Roxas

Elpidio Quirino

Ramon Magsaysay

Carlos P. Garcia

Diosdado Macapagal

Ferdinand Marcos

Fidel V. Ramos

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
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Benigno S. Aquino III

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