Administrative Order No. 330, s. 1997


Published: 1997-04-30

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MALACAÑANG

MANILA

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 330

CREATING A COMMITTEE TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS AND INTERMENT OF THE LATE DIOSDADO P. MACAPAGAL, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

WHEREAS, Diosdado P. Macapagal, former President of the Republic of the Philippines, died unexpectedly on April 21, 1997, to the deep sorrow and anguish of the Filipino people;

WHEREAS, it is only fitting and proper that adequate arrangements be made for the holding of official necrological services and a state funeral for the former President, commensurate with the people’s love and respect for him;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, FIDEL V. RAMOS, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby create a Committee on Funeral Arrangements and Burial, composed of the following:

Hon. Domingo L. Siazon

Secretary of Foreign Affairs

Chairman

Hon. Ernesto Maceda or Representative Senate

Member

Hon. Jose de Venecia Jr. or Representative House of Representatives

Member

Hon. Andres R. Narvasa or Representative Supreme Court

Member

Hon. Ruben D. Torres

Executive Secretary

Member

Hon. Renato de Villa

Secretary of National Defense

Member

Hon. Manuel M. Lapid

Pampanga Governor

Member

A Member of the Family

Member

Others as designated

Member

The Committee is hereby empowered to create such sub-committees as may be necessary to assist it in the performance of its functions.

DONE in the City of Manila, this 22nd day of April, in the year of Our Lord, nineteen hundred and ninety-seven.

(Sgd.) FIDEL V. RAMOS
President of the Philippines

By the President:

(Sgd.) RUBEN D. TORRES

Executive Secretary

Source: Malacañang Records Office

Office of the President of the Philippines. (1997). [Administrative Order Nos. : 301 – 407]. Manila : Malacañang Records Office.

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