1986 in the Philippines
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1986 in the Philippines details events of note that happened in the Philippines in the year 1986.
Fourth Republic (1984–86)
- President: Ferdinand Marcos (KBL) (deposed February 25, 1986)
- Vice President: Arturo Tolentino (KBL)
- Chief Justice: Ramon Aquino
- Philippine Congress: Regular Batasang Pambansa
- House Speaker: Nicanor Yñiguez (KBL)
Revolutionary Government (March 25 – June 2, 1986) and Fifth Republic (1986 – present)
- President: Corazon Aquino (PDP-Laban)
- Vice President: Salvador Laurel (UNIDO)
- Chief Justice: Claudio Teehankee (1986–88)
- February 7 – Presidential snap elections was held in the Philippines.
- February 9 – Thirty computer technicians of the Commission on Elections walked out of their jobs after they were ordered to cheat the election returns in favor of President Marcos.
- February 15 – Marcos and Tolentino declared as winners in the poll canvass.
- February 22–25 – People Power Revolution.
- February 22 – AFP Vice Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Fidel Ramos and Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile declares coup in a press conference at Camp Aguinaldo to announce Marcos's depose.
- February 24 – Reformist rebels storm Government offices, radio and television stations and Malacañan Palace.
- February 25:
- Aquino is inaugurated as the 11th and first female President of the Philippines at Club Filipino.
- Marcos was sworn as President of the Philippines at Malacañan Palace.
- Marcos and his family are deposed to Hawaii through airlift.
- February 28 – Investigation on Marcos's wealth.
- March 17 – Pilipino Star Ngayon established as a first post-revolution tabloid newspaper.
- March 20 - Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation was dissolved by Aquino.
- March 25 – Aquino abolishes Interim Batasang Pambansa and the constitution and adopts Freedom Constitution (Proclamation No. 3).
- June 2 – Freedom Constitution was ended to give way for the adoption of a new constitution.
- July 6–8 – Mutinous soldiers seized Manila Hotel and ended without violence two days later.
- July 22 – DZMM and DWKO established as the first post-revolution radio stations.
- July 28 – The Philippine Star established as the first post-revolution newspaper.
- September 2 – Typhoon Miding hits northern Luzon killing 36 people.
- September 13 – The Mt. Data Peace Accord was signed between the Philippine Government and the separatist Cordillera Bodong Administration-Cordillera People's Liberation Army.
- September 14 – ABS-CBN went back on the air once again as it began rebroadcast to viewers and for station ID, the network carries the first tagline Watch Us Do It Again! followed by the second tagline Sharing A New Life with You. It features the first channel 2 logo is a wing-shaped blue crest with a white curved at the top and a white line as a tail, the Broadway 2 logo was used until 1987.
- October 15 – Signing of the new constitution by Cecilia Muñoz-Palma and other members of the commission.
- October 20 – Milk Code of 1986 (Executive Order No. 51) is signed by Aquino in order to implement rules and regulations in the manufacture of infant formula products.
- November 13 – KMU chairman Rolando Olalia was shot dead in Antipolo, Rizal by attributing his party leaders within the military.
- November 22 – God Save the Queen incident takes place. However, rebel soldiers failed to overthrow Aquino.
- January 1 – New Year's Day
- March 27 – Maundy Thursday
- March 28 – Good Friday
- March 30 – Easter Sunday
- April 9 – Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor)
- May 1 – Labor Day
- June 12 – Independence Day
- November 1 – All Saints Day
- November 30 – Bonifacio Day
- December 25 – Christmas
- December 30 – Rizal Day
- December 31 – New Year's Eve
- January 4 – Katrina Halili, model and actress
- January 13 – Jan Manual, comedian
- January 25 – Luane Dy, Filipino showbiz television personality, host and actress
- January 26 – Kian Kazemi, actor and part-time model
- March 10 –
- April 11 – RJ Jazul, Basketball player
- April 28 – Tom Taus, actor, radio dj and singer
- April 30 – Ivan Carapiet, Kart racer and actor
- May 16 – Shamcey Supsup, Miss Universe 2011 3rd Runner-up
- May 17 – Ruben Doctora, football player
- May 23 – Karla Henry, Miss Earth 2008
- June 6 – Anton dela Paz, TV Personality
- June 12 – Carla Abellana, actress and host
- June 29 – Iya Villania, actress and host
- August 21 – Stephan Schröck, football player
- August 25 – Gilbert Bulawan, basketball player (d. 2016)
- August 29 – Joem Bascon, actor
- August 31 – Rachelle Ann Go, singer
- September 1 – JV Casio, basketball player
- September 4 – James Younghusband, football player
- September 9 – Jervy Cruz, basketball player
- October 5 – Shiima Xion, wrestler
- October 22 – Matt Evans, actor
- November 3 – Jasmine Trias, singer, songwriter
- November 4 – Angelica Panganiban, actress
- November 5 – Dianne Medina, actress, model, dancer, television host, news anchor
- November 24 – Val Acuña, basketball player
- November 29 – Jerome Sala, singer
- December 14 – Mark Herras, actor
- February 11 – Evelio Javier, politician and Governor of Antique (b. 1942)
- May 7 – Juan Nakpil, Architect (b. 1899)
- August 23 – Eduardo Quisumbing, National Scientist and Plant botanist (b. 1895)
- November 10 – Rogelio de la Rosa, actor and Senator (b. 1914)
- November 13 – Rolando Olalia, former leader and chairman of Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU)