Peoples Republic of the Philippines
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Maka-Tao, Makakalikasan, at Makabansa

Capital Manila
Largest city Quezon City
Other cities Baguio
Language Filipino, English
Religion Catholicism, Animism, Islam
Government Single party Communist state
President Corazon Aquino
The People's Republic of the Philippines was created in the height of the Cold War, when the Hukbalahap seized power with the support of the Soviet Union under Khrushchev, the People's Republic of China under Mao, and Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia under Marshal Tito.

The PRP maintains a one-state party government, and has the largest army in the South East Asia region. The current president is Corazon Aquino, late widow of assassinated martyr Benigno Aquino.

The PRP maintains bilateral relations with The USSR, China and most communist countries around the globe, with a special relationship between the Philippine and Yugoslav governments.

Since the Cold War, the Philippine economy has one of the highest economic growth in the region, surpassing its western neighbor Vietnam. Its policies were mostly mixed of Titoism, Maoism, and Stalinism.

Like North Korea, Philippine politics is centered around the cult of personality of Benigno and Corazon Aquino. There are roughly around 12 million golden statues of Benigno and Corazon placed around the country, and federal law required all citizens to worship it with harsh consequences for those who refused.

The largest statue of Benigno Aquino is located on Luneta park with a height of 226 (741 ft). The statue is made out of pure gold. On his right hand, carries the decapitated head of Ferdinand Marcos which symbolizes the fall of "fascism"; while on his left hand, he holds a sword which symbolizes "Justice". The statue wears a cape made of golden silk which represents the "heroism of Aquino" and he stands upon the decapitated body of Marcos which represents "communism's triumph over fascism". The statue became a major shine for communists-catholics and it a symbol of the Aquino's power and influence.

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