1992 in the Philippines
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1992 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1992.
- President: Corazon Aquino to June 30 Fidel V. Ramos
- Vice President: Salvador Laurel to June 30 Joseph Estrada
- Senate President: Neptali Gonzales
- House Speaker: Ramon Mitra, Jr.
- Chief Justice: Andres Narvasa
- February 21 - Associated Broadcasting Company resumed its radio-television operations.
- May 11 - Synchronized national and local elections were held.
- June 30 - Former Defense Secretary Fidel V. Ramos and Former Vice President Joseph Estrada and was sworn in as the 12th President and 11th Vice President of The Philippines, succeeding Corazon Aquino and Salvador Laurel.
- July 25 - August 9 - The Philippines competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. 26 competitors, 24 men and 2 women, took part in 29 events in 9 sports. Stephen Fernandez and Beatriz Lucero won a bronze medal each in taekwondo, but their medals were not included in the official medal tally because taekwondo was only a demonstration event.
- 18th Metro Manila Film Festival
- Boy Recto
- Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal
- Takbo Talon Tili!
- Shake, Rattle & Roll IV
- Manila Boy
- Okey Ka Fairy Ko!
- February 4 - Francis Casey Alcantara, top-level tennis player
- April 10 - Marion Aunor, singer and recording artist
- May 9 - Jiro Manio, actor
- May 10
- June 30 - Alfred Labatos, actor
- July 27 - Johansen Aguilar, swimmer
- September 9 - Frencheska Farr, singer, model and actress
- October 17 - Sam Concepcion, singer, dancer, actor, host and model
- November 25 - Martin del Rosario, actor
- February 9 - Apeng Daldal, 63, actor, comedian, vaudevillian, singer and writer (born October 12, 1928)
- March 22 - Joe Cantada, 50, TV host, anchor and commentator (born March 15, 1983)
- December 2 - Jaime de la Rosa, 71, pre-war and postwar actor (born September 18, 1921)
- "Philippines at the 1992 Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2011-12-26.
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