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life and works of

 The topic is geared towards an understanding on the greatness of Jose Rizal's character, the richness of his
thoughts and teachings which are his legacies to humanity, and the inspiring examples which are his gifts to
his people and perennial motivations for them to write to nobility.
 This also presents a new perspective on Rizal's true worth to the Philippines as the exponent of its national
 In order for us to understand Rizal we would first need to explore his role in his time and the contributions
he had done.
 Other portions of this book are collections of some of his literary works and various correspondences
Rizal Law(R.a 1425)
House bill No. 5561
Senate Bill NO. 438
an act to include in the curricula of all public and private schools, colleges,
and universities courses on the life, works, and writing of jose rizal,
particularly his novels noli me tangere and el filibusteresmo, authorizing the
printing and distribution thereof, and for other purposes.
Noli me Tangere and El filibustiresmo shall be included in the curricula of
all schools, colleges and universities, public or private: Provided, that in
the collegiate courses, the original or unexpurgated editions of Noli Me
Tengere and El Filibusterismo or their English translation shall be used
as basic texts.
Section 2.

It shall be obligatory on all schools, colleges and universiities to keep

in their libraries and adequate number of copies of the original
and unexpurgated editions of the Noli Me Tangere and El
Filibusterismo, as well as of Rizal's other works and biography,
Section 3
The board of National Education shall cause the translation of the Noli
Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, as well as other writings of
Jose Rizal into Tagalog and the principal Philippines dialects.
Section 4.
Nothing in this Act shall be construed as amendment or repealing
section nine hundred twenty seven of the Administrative Code,
prohibiting the discussion of religous doctrines by public school
teachers and other person engaged in any public school.
Section 5.
The sum of three hundred thousand pesos is hereby authorized to be
appropriated out of any fund not otherwisw appropriated in the
National Treasury to carry out the purposes of this Act.
This act shall take effect upon its approval.

 REPUBLIC ACT 1425 –Known as the Rizal bill, proposed in the house of the
representative senate bill no. 438 authored by Claro m. Recto.
 On April 17 1956, senator Jose P Laurel as a chairman on the committee on
Education began his sponsorship of the measures of the rumbles of the gathering
storm sounded an ominous warning .
 According to Laurel(1960),”Noli Me Tangere and El Fili. Must be read by all
Filipinos , They must taken to heart , for in the pages we see ourselves as a mirror ,
our defects as well as our strength , our virtues as well as our vices,
✣ Only then would become conscious as a people and so learn to prepare ourselves
for painful sacrifices that ultimately lead to sel-reliance , self-respect and freedom.
 However, faithful Catholics looked at the measure as an attempt to discredit their
 They find the Noli. and el fili. As containing views inimical to the tenets of their
 They particularly challenged the compulsory nature of the bill as violative of
religious freedom.
 The catholic elements would insist that it should not be a compulsory reading for
the novels of Jose Rizal
 They would not want their students to be demoralized
✣ Issues hinge to rizal range such as from being the father of adolf hitleer,
✣ Having an illegitimate child from a short lived relationship with o sei san
✣ Suspected as Jack the Ripper in London, Being pro spanish
✣ The comparison between rizal and andres bonifacio
✣ The issue on the creation of the so called R. A 1425
Having Various Affairs:
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Nellie Bousted
✣ On the allegation of Rizal being a pro-Spanish, it was beacause of the alleged
advice to the Katipunan during the visit of Pio Valenzuela, a doctor and member of
the Katipunan.
✣ These instance's in Rizal's life are not exclusive considerations but only due to
limited references.
✣ It is important to put into mind that a hero is a human being.

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