The Rising Tiger of Asia is the timeline of the Republic of the Philippines, and how it was reconstructed and became one of the superior countries in the world. It started on June 12, 1973 as the then-President Ferdinand Marcos and then-upcoming President Benigno Aquino Jr. formally made the government of the republic to parliamentary. Throughout the next eight years, there are some constitutional amendments proposed and imposed. When Salvador Laurel was elected in 1980, he immediately reviewed the current constitution and was formally replaced by the "Transitional Constitution" albeit the unicameral congress is still there. At his helm, he proposed a federal-parliamentary Republic of the Philippines and after organizing a constitutional convention, the new constitution was ratified via the popular vote, and after the public consolidation, it was ratified on 1988. The following years were good for the ction fr as it became an effective answer to the overlying poverty seen on the country the country has endured an economic boom despite the Asian Financial Crisis on 1997. It was 2001, when the Republic declared a war to Malaysia resulting in one of the deadliest wars in Asian history, year by year, the Philippines has annexed the whole Mainland Southeast Asia, ending just only on 2005 via the Unification Act of 2005 signed by Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Brunei and Philippines to spare the lives of the people. Although the republic was suspended on Greater Asia Economic Union, they were reinstated on 2008, and subsequently became a member of the prestigious G7+1.
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June 3-29, 2014: Philippines vs Malaysia (Entrance to Sabah) The Philippines made a statement to Malaysia a month before the stand-off. However, Malaysia rejected all claims of the Philippines claiming Sabah or any of their subsequent territories. Thus, after multiple negotiations being rejected, a stand-off at Sabah began. Militant forces from Malaysia were sent to Mindanao at the Philippines' Public Office in the region. The Philippines' Special Action Force fought against the militant groups. Special forces were brought in without any public knowledge. After 28 days, the Philippines gained ground in Sandakan and local forces seceded to the militant forces. Meanwhile, public outcry was heard and the PNP General forced the militant forces to halt their operations until a compromise could be agreed upon.