|“ Hear me, the presidency of a country is not only in fighting experience or battle statistics, it is also in the heart to serve the Filipino people. ”|
|“ Al Raposas is the future of ePhilippines if he is not win the presidential elections this time he will be the winner in his next run. ”|
- 1 Family Background
- 2 Employment history
- 3 Military service
- 4 Journalism
- 5 Government Experience
- 6 President
- 7 Monarchy of the Philippines
- 8 Proposals
- 9 Miscellaneous
- 10 See also
- 11 References
On Day 1597 (April 1, 2012), Al's father was born in the New World as a Filipino citizen. He joined the Philippine Military Academy (wherein he was a Major) and the Kilusan ng Makabayang Pilipino (KMP). He was Press Director of the newspaper , which had 21 subscribers and 22 articles in its lifetime. He ran for Party Presidency in the KMP on April 15, landing second to Aersidius. On Day 1617, during the height of the Indonesian invasion of the Philippines, he spoke against the socialist regime at the time. On Day 1620, he declared his desire to run as KMP's candidate as Country President, complete with a platform ranging from foreign to internal affairs. This was not taken seriously by his party mates, who nominated a veteran citizen instead. Then, by some unknown reason, he was permanently banned by Erepublik administrators on Day 1630 (May 6, 2012).
Al Raposas is recently working for rrogle (Level 232), an elite Chinese citizen living in Beijing. For seven days in December of 2012, Al Raposas employed a Filipino citizen named Ian Royce Fadol. For seven days in January of 2013, Al Raposas employed an Indonesian citizen named mariodira. For seven days in February of 2013, Al Raposas employed a Filipino citizen named Graevon.
The only military unit Raposas joined is the Philippine Military Academy, which is now a private training unit. He became captain of Regiment 4 on October 16, 2012 or Day 1792, and has held the position until today. Under his captaincy, the 4th Regiment became the most powerful and active regiment in the military unit, with an average of 592,000 influence every week. Raposas produced around fifteen percent of the weekly influence his regiment can do (338,480), as of the second week of January, 2013. As of the third week of February, Raposas produced around eighteen percent, a full 3-percentage point rise from the second week of January, of the weekly influence his regiment can do (660,290). As of the last week of June, Raposas produced around thirty-nine percent, which had been more than double from the third week of February. He is now having the military rank of Field Marshal. On April 12, 2013, he was made Second Commander of PMA.
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against Indonesia, Visayas, Battle 9 - made 126 309 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against Taiwan, Luzon, Battle 2 - made 137 776 influence
- Resistance Force of the Canada, against Poland, Saskatchewan, Battle 3 - made 88 670 influence
- Finland, against Estonia, Pohja-Eesti, Battles 9 and 10 - made 205 498 and 137 209 influence, respectively
- Taiwan, against Philippines, Visayas, Battle 4 - made 136 578 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against Spain, Visayas, Battle 7 - made 1 515 534 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against Indonesia, Palawan, Battle 5 - made 677 846 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against China, Luzon, Battle 10 - made 847 886 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against China, Luzon, Battle 5 - made 1 054 252 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against China, Visayas, Battle 8 - made 640 000 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against China, Visayas, Battle 9 - made 975 000 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against China, Luzon, Battle 1 - made 1 335 000 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against Indonesia, Palawan, Battle 1 - made 904 299 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against Indonesia, Palawan, Battle 3 - made 883 544 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against Indonesia, Palawan, Battle 6 - made 629 996 influence
- Resistance Force of the Philippines, against Indonesia, Luzon, Battle 2 - made 952 540 influence
- Resistance Force of the Malaysia, against Indonesia, Sabah, Battle 6 - made 825 734 influence
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The official newspaper published by Al Raposas is the. The first article published by the newspaper was entitled Happy Day, Philippines!, dated Day 1782, or October 6, 2012. The starter article received seven votes. As of January 2013, the newspaper had 33 subscribers and 60 articles. As of February 2013, it had 62 subscribers and 88 articles. As of November 2014, it had 115 subscribers and 159 articles.
Raposas joined the party Kilusan ng Makabayang Pilipino (KMP) on Day 1782, and is still a member of it up to date. He first ran for Party Presidency on October 15, 2012, but landed only third out of six candidates. He garnered 15.00% of the vote (3/20). He ran for the second time on November 15, 2012, but the party presidency still eluded his grasp. He landed second out of three candidates, garnering 38.89% of the vote (7/18). He ran again on December 15, 2012, but Raposas landed second again out of three candidates. He garnered 36.84% of the vote (7/19). He ran again on January 15, 2013, but Raposas landed a mere third out of four candidates. He garnered 14.29% of the vote (3/21). He ran again on February 15, 2013, but Raposas landed second out of four candidates. He garnered 21.43% of the vote (3/14). After administering a few parties other than KMP, Raposas returned to run for its party presidency once more. He landed last of the two candidates. He garnered 14.29% of the vote (1/7).
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
On October 6, 2012, Raposas was made Ambassador of the Philippines to Asia and the Vice Minister in the Department of Foreign Affairs. He was the first to serve the post, which was created by unifying ambassadorships of the Philippines to other Asian countries. He served until November 5, 2012. The Ministry appointed him again as Ambassador to Asia on December 6, 2012, a position he held until January 5, 2013. On January 6, 2013, Raposas held the two positions, Ambassador to Asia and Vice Minister, again. Raposas, through the Philippine Querier, had published 8 articles for the Ministry.
Ministry of Education
On October 6, 2012, Raposas was made Vice Minister in the Department of Education. On November 6, 2012, he began his two consecutive terms as Minister, which ended on January 5, 2013. Raposas beacame the second Minister to be appointed in two or more consecutive terms. He had published 7 articles in those three months which contained tutorials for young citizens. On Day 1801, while Raposas was serving as Vice Minister, the eUP was established with Vincenzo Roque as its first dean. During his term as Minister, Raposas supported eUP by donating food and money, as well as promoting it with his newspaper, the Philippine Querier. Raposas also changed the logo of the Ministry. On January 6, 2013, he was again made Vice Minister of Education.
Ministry of Defense
On January 6, 2013, Raposas was made Minister in the Department of Defense. He then revived a supply program which covered only citizens below the Level 30, and it is still in operation. As of Day 1905, the Ministry had distributed 1170 pieces of six star quality (Q6) weapons and 1800 pieces of five star quality (Q5) food. He was again made Minister on February 6, 2013, making him the eighth Minister to be appointed in two or more consecutive months. On February 19, 2013, the supply system was operated again under Raposas. It had distributed 750 six star quality (Q6) weapons.
Raposas also ran for a seat in the Forty-Third Philippine Congress, the first elections wherein the new election rules were used. He did not make the quota of six congressmen from their party. For the Forty-Fourth Philippine Congress, Raposas had the second seat out of six seats won for KMP. KMP fielded 11 candidates, which included Liana Paldrov as the 11th candidate. On February 6, 2013 (Day 1905), Raposas assumed the post of Interim House Speaker. On February 26, 2013, he was re-elected in the Forty-Fifth Philippine Congress and retained the speakership, but he resigned on March 1 (Day 1928) when his tax reforms on food languished in Congress.
The Age of R began after the confirmation of the eRepublik administration of the victory of Al Raposas as President of the Philippines on July 6, 2013 (Day 2055). Raposas is the 51st president of the Philippines, and the 37th president since eRepublik Rising. He was the first Filipino president to be elected since the Macedonian PTO of January 2013. His term was renewed upon his election on August 6, 2013. He ran for a third consecutive term on September 5, 2013, but lost to agent of chaos with a vote of 28-28. On December 5, 2016, he was elected president once more, making him the fifth Philippines president to have three terms, and the first one to do so in four years.
The period known as Sandigan (English: Foundation) began after the confirmation of the eRepublik administration of the third victory of Al Raposas as President of the Philippines on December 7, 2016 (Day 3305), exactly 1,250 days since he was first elected as president. Raposas is the 91st president of the Philippines, and the 5th president to be elected thrice. He was the first Filipino president to be elected in the past three years, and the first Filipino monarch to be elected president.
Monarchy of the Philippines
Raposas assumed the title of monarch upon confirmation that he is the top nobility remaining in the designated line of succession. He is the second Filipino monarch since the monarchy was established in 2013. Upon assumption of the throne, he changed the official title of the monarch from lakan to maharajah in his willingness to display magnanimity.
This is not a complete list of proposals forwarded by Raposas in the Congress.
|Proposal||Date Proposed||Proposal Information||Proposed by||Votes||Outcome||Source|
|Minimum wage|| February 2, 2013
|Minimum wage change from 30 PHP to 10 PHP.||Al Raposas||11||3|||
|Tax Change|| February 22, 2013
|VAT on Weapons lowered from 15% to 10%.||Al Raposas||10||5|||
|Tax Change|| November 22, 2014
|Work tax increased from 1% to 2%.||Al Raposas||8||0|||
Raposas organized and headed the E-Palarong Pambansa, a four-day off-site mini-Olympics held in commemoration of the fourth year of the Philippines in the New World. Four athletes participated in this endeavor which costed the government PHP 5,400.
Raposas is also member of the reestablished Philippine monarchy, wherein he was Duke of Luzon. He ran for Grand Duke but lost the position to Lacon Yan. Thereafter, he succeeded Yan as Grand Duke of Luzon.
- Al Raposas presidential campaign, March 2013
- Al Raposas presidential campaign, April 2013
- Al Raposas presidential campaign, July 2013
- [Presidential Campaign Do not be fooled by fake nationalism]
- [Presidential Campaign Do not be fooled by fake nationalism]
- Ministry of Defense Supply System, January-February 2013
- This is it! E-Palarong Pambansa is ongoing
- http://www.erepublik.com/en/main/presidential-elections Presidential elections
- https://www.erepublik.com/en/main/presidential-elections/67/1480924800 Presidential elections
- https://www.erepublik.com/en/article/-president-building-on-our-firm-foundations-2623015/1/20 Building on our firm foundations
- https://www.erepublik.com/en/article/welcome-the-new-king-fil-pagbati-sa-bagong-hari--2617254/1/20 Welcome the new king (Fil: Pagbati sa bagong hari)
- Welcome the new king. Philippine Querier.
- Minimum wage change from 30 PHP to 10 PHP. Forty-Fourth Congress of the Philippines. The Government of the Philippines. Retrieved February 03, 2013.
- VAT on Weapons lowered to 10%. Forty-Fourth Congress of the Philippines. The Government of the Philippines. Retrieved February 23, 2013.
- Work tax increased to 2%. The Government of the Philippines. Retrieved November 23, 2014.
- egov4you statistics on PMA Regiment 4, Retrieved January 11, 2013 (Day 1879)
- Battle Watcher Player Information, Al Raposas, Retrieved January 11, 2013 (Day 1879)
- Kilusan ng Makabayang Pilipino party page Retrieved January 16, 2013 (Day 1884)