Galicano Apacible

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Galicano Apacible (June 25, 1864 – March 2, 1949) was a Philippine politician. A cousin to Jose Rizal, he co-founded La Solidaridad and the Nacionalista Party.

Galicano Apacible bust, monument (Batangas Capitol, Historical Park).

He held the office of Governor of Batangas and was the representative of the first District of Batangas from 1909 to 1916. He is known for his piece To the American People, an Appeal, in which he tries to plead with the people of the United States to pressure its government not to invade his newly independent country.[1]


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