Helping the rural masses was at the center of the populist government of President Ramon Magsaysay. President Magsaysay insisted on meeting and communicating with his people. In his first executive term, he created the President`s Complaints and Measures Commission, which reviewed various citizen complaints and recommended corrective action by various government authorities. The Commission has helped to build the nation`s confidence in its government; it was seen as the fulfillment of the promise of President Magsaysay, proclaimed President of the People in his inauguration speech. The principles of Magsaysay administration have been codified in the Magsaysay Credo and have become the theme of leadership and public service. . In the conversation with Ashish Jhalani, Global CMO – MD of…  Creating a Central Bank for the Philippines, site of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipina, accessed July 2, 2015, link On March 17, 1957, President Magsaysay and 25 other passengers of the presidential plane Mt. Pinatubo were killed in a crash on Mt. Manunggal, Cebu. Vice President Carlos P.
Garcia was president on March 18, 1957. In the field of foreign relations, the Philippines became founding members of Maphilindo through the Manila Agreement of 1963.  The Regional Organization of Malaysian States has sought to “find Asian solutions to Asian problems” and has sought to resolve national and regional problems through regional diplomacy. Gleeck Jr, Lewis. The Third Republic of the Philippines 1946-1972. Quezon City: New Day Publishers, 1993.  Gleeck, Lewis, The Third Republic, New Day Publishers, Quezon City, 1993, p.47 When opposition to President Marcos increased considerably due to corruption in government, the Liberal Party saw a chance in the 1971 election. The Liberal Party`s Miting de Avance, which took place on August 21, 1971 in Plaza Miranda, was interrupted when two bombs were thrown at opposition candidates, killing nine people and injuring about 100. Following this incident, President Marcos suspended the writing of habeas corpus, which led to the arrest and detention of twenty persons . . . .  “SSS Guidebook: 2010 Web Site Edition”: SSS website, accessed July 2, 2015, Link President Roxas has moved to strengthen sovereignty by proposing a central bank for the Philippines to manage the Philippine banking system, created by Act No.