1954 in the Philippines
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1954 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in 1954.
- President: Ramon Magsaysay (Nacionalista Party)
- Vice President: Carlos P. Garcia (Nacionalista Party)
- Chief Justice: Ricardo Paras
- Congress: 3rd (starting January 25)
- May 8 – The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is formed in Manila, Philippines.
- July 21 – The Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty is signed in Manila, creating the South East Asian Treaty Organization (SEATO).
- July 24 - Blesilda Ocampo Placed Top 15 of Miss Universe 1954 at Long Beach,California,USA.She Was the first Filipina Finalist
- September 2 – A timber train carrying more than 100 passengers derailed and multiple wagons fell off a bridge near Fabrica, Negros Occidental. At least 82 people were killed.
- December 15 – The Laurel-Langley Agreement is signed.
- January 14 – Ramon S. Ang, Filipino businessman.
- January 15 – Jose Dalisay, Jr., Filipino writer
- February 21 – Carl Benito, politician
- April 26 – Chito S. Roño, Filipino director
- April 27 – Vic Sotto, Filipino actor, television show host, comedian, and film producer
- May 4 –
- July 5 – Datu Yusoph Boyog Mama, Filipino Diplomat
- July 5 – Rolando Uy, Filipino politician
- July 17 – Elizabeth Oropesa, Filipino actress
- July 28 – Bernie Fabiosa, Filipino professional basketball player and actor.
- August 26 – Efren Reyes, OLD, PLH, Filipino professional pool player
- August 29 – Neptali Gonzales II, Filipino lawmaker.
- September 8 – Edgar Mortiz, Filipino actor and director
- September 10 – Victoria Hernandez-Reyes, Filipino politician.
- September 22 –
- September 28 – Tata Esteban, Filipino producer-director. (d. 2003)
- October 18 – John F. Du, Catholic Archbishop
- October 28 – Mike Rama, Filipino politician
- October 31 – Rey Aquino, Filipino politician
- November 1 – Susan Fuentes, Filipino singer (d. 2013)
- December 26 – Hajji Alejandro, Filipino singer and actor
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