Philippine Constitutional Convention election, 1934

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Election of delegates to the 1934 Philippine Constitutional Convention was held on July 10, 1934, in accordance with the Tydings-McDuffie Act.

The Convention drafted the 1935 Constitution, which was the basic law of the Philippines under the American-sponsored Commonwealth of the Philippines and the post-War, sovereign Third Republic.


Delegates No. of Delegates
Elected 202
Position Name
President Claro M. Recto
1st Vice-President Ruperto Montinola
2nd Vice-President Teodoro Sandiko
Secretary Narciso Pimentel
Sergeant-at-Arms Narciso Diokno
Timekeeper Hilario Moncado

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