(Photo by www.globallookpress.com) Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte proposed renaming the nation into the Maharlika Republic. With a comparable thought, the toppled pioneer Ferdinand Marcos talked in 1986, composes Manila Bulletin.
As per Duterte, «Marcos was correct,» and after that this thought must be deserted simply because Marcos was known as a despot.
As per the Philippine chief, at some point or another his state will desert the name forced by the Spaniards who vanquished the islands in the sixteenth century.
A representative for the head of state, Salvador Panelo, later called the words Rodrigo Duterte «confirmation of national personality.» According to him, the Constitution of the Philippines recommends that Parliament may choose to change the name of the nation.
In the interim, in the Philippine Congress, suppositions on this issue veered. A few people feel this is only a thought, however others support Duterte. For instance, Senator Panfilo Laxon trusts that the name «Philippines» will dependably help to remember Spanish King Philip II and the 300-year time of pioneer Spanish guideline.